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(Left to Right) Front Row: Billy Reese, Scott Clifford, Mgr. Mike Rogers, Norman Mincfi, 
Cody Tipton. Second Row: Mark Ctiandler, David Bodine, Keith Waford, Kerry Whitehouse, 
Lindsey Allen, Rusty Harrod, Mgr. Scott Corn, Mike Marshall. Third Row: Coach Mitchell Bailey, 
Brian Mitchell, Tracy Driver, James Ray Wiley, Perry Joe Nutt, Greg Jennings, Joe Long, Greg 
Stratton, Coach Phil Bell, Coach Hubert Pollett. 

Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

AUGUST 1979 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS A GIRLS 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 19, 1979 
Fort Campbell High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left to Right): Front Row: Tammy Hood, Rosiland Norvell, Veronica Hayward, 

Charita Brown. Charmaine Vasser. Cathy Hogan. 



330 Yard Hurdles 

1. Gallion, Jenl<ins 

2. Willett, Walton-Verona 

3. Allen, Bardstown 

4. Bagby, Ft. Campbell 

5. Taylor, Fulton City 

Time — 47.69 

110 Yard Hurdles 

1. Linneman, St. Henry 

2. Looney, Jenkins 

3. Bradley, Todd Co. Central 

4. Fisher, Raceland 

5. Williams, Nicholas Co. 

Time — 15.18 

100 Yard Dash 

1. Boyd, Harrodsburg 

2. Payne, Todd Co. Central 

3. Henderson, Henry Co. 

4. Stubblefield, Trigg Co. 

5. Winston, Ft. Knox 

Time — 11.18 

220 Yard Dash 

1. Boyd, Harrodsburg 

2. Payne, Todd Co. Central 

3. Calhoun, Green Co. 

4. Mayes, Ky School f/t Deaf 

5. Norman, Providence 

Time — 25.62 

440 Yard Run 

1. Payne, Todd Co. Central 

2. Stubblefield, Trigg Co. 

3. Walker, Ky. Country Day 

4. Stander, Ludlow 

5. Allen, Bardstown 

Time — 59.36 

880 Yard Run 

1. Shuber, Berea 

2. Hood, Ft Campbell 

3. Porter, Owen Co. 

4. Hogan, Ft. Campbell 

5. Hils. St. Henry 

Time — 2:21.67 



Mile Run 

1. Porter, Owen Co. 

2. Shuber, Berea 

3. Hood, Ft. Campbell 

4. Logan, Ft. Campbell 

5. Grubb, Corbin 

Time — 5:05.69 

440 Yard Relay 

1. Todd County Central 

2. Russellville 

3. Fort Campbell 

4. Murray 

5. Richmond Madison 

Time — 51.48 

880 Yard Relay 

1. Richmond Madison 

2. Providence 

3. Fort Campbell 

4. Russellville 

5. Berea 

Time— 1:46.78 

880 Yard Medley Relay 

1. Richmond Madison 

2. Fort Campbell 

3. Ludlow 

4. Jenkins 

5. Bishop Brossart 

Time — 1:54.97 

Mile Relay 

1. Fort Campbell 

2. Ludlow 

3. Todd County Central 

4. Bardstown 

5. Richmond Madison 

Time — 4:10.04 

Shot Put 

1. Yeast, Harrodsburg 

2. Oakly, Providence 

3. Ray, Pikeville 

4. Black, Madison 

5. Gill, Berea 

Distance — 38'6y2" 



Discus 

1. Stevens, Raceland 

2. Yeast, Harrodsburg 

3. Murray, Bellevue 

4. Smith, Ft. Knox 

5. Ray, Pikeville 

Distance — 1097" 

High Jump 

1. Smith, Jenkins 

2. Mason, Olmstead 

3. Linneman, St. Henry 

4. Warren, Lex. Catholic 

5. Oliver, Ft. Campbell 

Distance — 5'3" 

Long Jump 

1. Henderson, Henry Co. 
1. Boyd, Harrodsburg 

3. Mason, Olmstead 

4. Taylor, Ft. Knox 

5. Calhoun, Green Co. 



TOTAL POINTS 

Fort Campbell 29'/S 

Harrodsburg 26 

Todd County Central 26 

Jenkins 18 

Richmond Madison 16 

Berea 12 

SI Henry 10 

Providence 9 

Henry County 9 

Owen County 9 

Ludlow 9 

Raceland 8 

Olmstead 7 

Trigg County 6 

Russellville 6 

Bardstown 6 

Fort Knox 5 

Green County 4 

Walton-Kenton 4 

Pikeville 4 

Bellevue 3 

Kentucky Country Day 3 

Murray 2 

Lexington Catholic 2 

Kentucky School for the Deaf 2 

Bishop Brossart 1 

Corbin 1 

Fulton City 1 

Nicholas County 1 

Hancock County 'A 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLII — No. 1 



AUGUST, 1979 



$1.00 Per Year 



— IN MEMORIAM — 




Theodore A. "Ted" Sanford 

As It must to all men, death came to Ted Sanford in the 
early morning hours of June 27, 1979. It was not exactly 
easy, few deaths are, but it was a kind cessation of 
suffering for Ted following four consecutive months in the 
Intensive Care Unit of the Saint Joseph Hospital in 
Lexington. 

Ted has gone where all good men go. He was a human 
being with all the weaknesses and frailties that human 
flesh is heir to, but he was a great human being, a great 
administrator, a great person and, above all, a Christian 
gentleman. Those who knew him best, and they are legion, 
are unanimous in this belief. 

A few headlines of news stories reporting his passing 
bear mention; 

A MAN WHO MADE PEOPLE HIS HOBBY, 
TED SANFORD DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS. 

SANFORD, DEAD AT 77, DEVOTED HIS 
LIFE TO KENTUCKY'S YOUTH. 

SANFORD OVERSAW NEARLY 40 YEARS 
OF TREMENDOUS GROWTH IN KHSAA. 

SANFORD, DEAD AT 77, LED KHSAA TO 
PROMINENCE AND PROSPERITY. 

All of the foregoing statements are true. All of them 
bear mute testimony to the achievements of a great man 
who lived as full and rich and meaningful a life as it is 
possible for man to live. 

Most of the hundreds of thousands of Kentuckians 
who knew him during his hey-day knew him primarily for 
his work in athletics. As part-time Secretary /Treasurer of 
the KHSAA from 1937 to 1947 and then as full-time Com- 
missioner from 1947 until his retirement in 1972, Ted's 
name and Kentucky High School athletics were 
synonymous. 

During these years of fantastic growth in the scope 
and quality of Kentucky's high school athletic program, no 



man contributed more than Ted Sanford. 

Mike Johnson, writing in the Lexington Herald said, 
"Under Sanford and Joe Billy Mansfield, who became 
Sanford's first assistant commissioner in 1949 and 
eventual successor, the KHSAA prospered financially and 
expanded tremendously on the playing fields. The Boys' 
State High School Basketball Tournament was Sanford's 
pride and joy as he watched it grow into one of the premier 
events of its kmd in the country." 

From the keen pen of Earl Cox, astutecolumnistof the 
Courier-Journal, came these words, "During Sanford's 
early years the KHSAA struggled, taking in less than 
$10,000 per year on the State Basketball Tournament. 
Receipts from this year's tournament amounted to about 
$450,000. The KHSAA under Sanford was a national leader 
in number of sports offered and it didn't take the feminist 
movement to open the door to female athletes. For many 
years before, girls had their own championships in track, 
cross-crountry, golf, tennis, swimming, fencing and 
gymnastics. And girls' basketball tournaments were re- 
vived five years ago after having been dropped in 1932." 

Rick Bailey, Lexington Leader Sports Editor, friend 
and admirer of Ted said, 'The list of his accomplishments, 
shared with his assistant, Joe Billy Mansfield, was 
impressive. Several minor sports were added and football 
was divided into classes with a play-off system to 
determine the state champion." The growth and develop- 
ment of the program necessitated additional assistant 
commissioners to handle the increased work load. Quality 
growth all the way. 

Sanford had the help and support of quality people as 
association presidents, board members and staff and he 
would be the first to agree, but it was Ted who was the 'glue 
man' all the way. 

Despite the time-consuming and pressure-packed job 
that he handled so deftly through the years, he found time 
to spend 44 years in volunteer service with the Red Cross, 
served on the boards of the United Community Fund, the 
Salvation Army, Kentucky Lung Association, Boy Scouts, 
Rotary Club and Kentucky YMCA. 

He received honorary degrees from Kentucky 
Wesleyan (where he also served on the Board) and Murray 
after earning his undergraduate degree at Centre with one 
of the best academic records in the history of that quality 
institution. He later earned his Master's Degree from U. of 
K. and in 1 975 was elected to the Kentucky Athletic Hall of 
Fame. 

Probably more important than any or all of the above 
honors is that he so contributed of his time and talent to the 
First United Methodist Church of Lexington that his long- 
time pastor, Billy Ray Jennings in eulogizing Ted at his 
funeral said, "He was the best and most dedicated church 
man with whom it has been my privilegeto work during my 
ministry." 

Ted probably would have ranked that accolade at the 
very top of the list had he known it was being said — but 
then — who is there to say that he did not know? I have a 
feeling that perhaps he did! 

And Billy Ray could well have added that the com- 
munity and area in which he lived and worked was a better 
place by virtue of his having passed that way. And this, in 
the last analysis, is the measure of the real worth of a man. 

There is no way a tribute to Ted Sanford can be written 
without mention of Nelle, his wife, close companion and 
confidante for fifty-four years. Ted was Secretary of the 
KHSAA from 1937 to 1947 and Nelle was secretary to the 

Continued on Page 4 



Page Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1979 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 7280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for nnailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville 

Vice Pres. . Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Directors Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg; 

Pete Grigsby (1978-1980) McDowell; Robie Harper, Jr. 
(1979-1983) Drakesboro; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville, J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), LaGrange; 
Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington; D. J. Ramsey 
(1978-1982), Louisville; Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) 
Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 



Minutes of the Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. office on 
Saturday, May 19, 1979. The meeting w/as called to order 
by President Jack Burkich at 10:00 A.M. w/ith Board 
members Zeb Blankenship, Pete Grigsby, Joseph 
McPherson, J. D. Minnehan, Norman Passmore, Denzil J. 
Ramsey, Glendon Ravenscraft, Barney Thweatt; 
Commissioner Tom Mills and Assistant Commissioner 
Louis Stout present. Conley Manning and Darrell Wells 
were present representing respectively the State 
Department of Education and the State School Boards 
Association. The invocation was given by J. D. Minnehan. 

Joseph McPherson moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore, that the minutes of the April 20th meeting be 
approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills gave a report on the results of the 
recent survey completed by the principals of member 
schools on classification in basketball. He reported that of 
those principals responding, 135 were opposed to 
changing the present playoff system while 106 favored 
classifying the schools based upon their enrollment. 
Following a discussion on the results of the survey. Pres- 
ident Jack Burkich referred the matter to the Basketball 
Committee for further study and recommendations. 

The results of the recent survey taken on the assign- 
ment of district and regional basketball officials indicated 
that 141 schools favored the assigning of officials to work 
District Tournaments within the region of the local assoc- 
iation to which they belong while 86 schools opposed this. 
One hundred and twenty-six schools favored the 
assigning of officials to work regional tournaments within 
the region of the local association to which they belong 
with 99 schools opposed. President Burkich requested 
that the Basketball Committee consider the results of this 
survey and make recommendations to the full Board at a 
future meeting. 

After a discussion on the sponsoring of a state 
tournament in volleyball, Zeb Blankenship made the 
motion, seconded by J. D. Minnehan, that based upon the 
results of the recent survey taken among member schools, 
the K.H.S.A.A. sponsor a state tournament in volleyball in 
the Fall of the 1979-80 school year. The motion carried 
unanimously. 



Mr. Mills reported to the Board that he had received 
forty applications for the position of Assistant Com- 
missioner. After a discussion on the applications, Norman 
Passmore moved, seconded by Denzil J. Ramsey, that the 
Board accept the recommendation made by Mr. Mills to 
hire Brigid L. DeVries for the position of Assistant Com- 
missioner for one year at an annual salary of $17,120.00. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

J. D. Minnehan made the motion that the $75,000.00 
catastrophe injury insurance plan be renewed for the 
1979-80 school year with Doug Ruedlinger, Inc.. at an 
annual rate of $14,000.00. Norman Passmore seconded 
the motion and it passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills read the correspondence from Supt. Edward 
Wright of Franklin county concerning the scheduling of 
baseball games. After a discussion, it was the opinion of 
the members of the Board that under the present pro- 
visions of the Constitution and By-Laws, they do not have 
the authority to limit the number of baseball games 
scheduled or played during the regular season by a 
member school. The number of games scheduled in all 
sports, with the exception of basketball, is left entirely with 
the local school administration. Mr. Mills suggested that a 
proposal for a change in this regulation may be submitted 
to the Delegate Assembly for consideration or directly to 
the member schools in the form of a referendum. 

The next meeting will be held at Kenlake State Park, 
Aurora, Kentucky, on July 26-29, 1979. 

Barney Thweatt made a motion, seconded by Pete 
Grigsby, that the bills of the Association for the period 
beginning April 1, 1979, and ending April 30, 1979, be 
allowed. The motion passed unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSN. 
JULY 1, 1978 — JUNE 30, 1979 

STATEMENT OF 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance in checking account July 1 . 1978 $ 38.3' 

Annuals Dues — 315 @ $3.00 $945 00 

Officials Dues (Foolball 740. BasKetball 1.479. 

Baseball 595. Wrestling 70) 24.824 50 

Grant — Ky High Sctiool Coacties Ass'n 5.000 00 

Redeposils 90.00 

Advertising (Magazine & Directory) 2,800.00 

Sale of Publication 1 ,930.54 

fvlatured — Certificates of Deposit 205.(X)0.00 

Interest — Cenificates of Deposits 8. 710.60 

Transferred - Boys Slale Basketball Tour, Acc't. .. . 335.300 78 

Transferred — Girls' state Basketball Tour, Acc't 61.741.63 

Refunds 13.167 00 

Receipts — state Baseball Tournament 1.090 00 

Receipts — state Cross Country Receipts 1 .650.iX) 

Receipts — Gymnastic Meets 212,50 

Football Playoffs 

Classes A, AA. AAA Ticket Sales $23.712 00 

Class AAAA Ticket Sales 20.929.00 

Program Sales 371 ,60 45.01 2,60 

Wrestling 

Ticket Sales 5.594,50 

Program Sales 106,00 5,700 50 

Track Receipts 

Classes A, AA Ticket Sales 3.236 50 

Class AAA Ticket Sales 2,385,25 5.62175 



Swimming — State Meet Receipts 578.76 

Total Receipts 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Board of Control Expense 

Commissioners Salary (Base Sal $31 .022 00) 

Expense — Commissioners Oftice 

Ass't Commissioners Salaries (Base Sal $49,959.24) 

Travel expanse — Ass't Commissioners 

Secretarial Salaries 
Janitorial Service 

Postage 

Office Supplies 

Janitorial Supplies 

New Equipment 

Insurance 

Equipment Repairs and Service Contracts 



$11.040 32 

19.51013 

1.331 76 

32.036.18 

2.729,06 

21.340 18 

2.668,20 

7.795,26 

3.452,99 

245,29 

569,25 

11.854.65 

1,068.55 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1979 



Page Three 



Blue Cross, Blue Shield 

Building Repairs & Ground Maintenance 

Utilities 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 

Purchase of Publications 

Delegates to Nat'l Fed, Meetings 

Legal Services 

National Federation Dues 

Film Rental 

Audit 

Refunds 

Bad Checks 

Appropriation to Ky H.S Ath. Directors 

Taxes and Withholdings 

Federal Income Tax withheld $17,848,40 

Social Security 11.137 40 

City License Fee 2.229 64 

State Income Tax 3.960 40 

State Sales Tax 2,743 98 

Insurance premium withheld {Stout) 600 00 

State Unemployment Tax 273 75 

Teachers' Retirement Deduction 6.235 56 

Teachers' Retirement Employer Contri 8,867.41 

Premium withheld — American Family Life Assur 72 00 

Catastrophic Insurance 

Saving Certificates — 1st Security 

Magazine 

Printing 10.416.58 

Mailing 800 00 

Officials' Division 

State Clinic Expenses 3,268 61 

Insurance — Liability 2.156 07 

Assigning Sec'y Meetings 2.245 33 

Officials' Emblems 536 67 

Swimming, 

State Committee Expense 435 42 

Trophies and Awards 806 43 

Regional Expense 1 ,303 60 

Officials (State Meets) 679 00 

Mileage & Local Entertainment (State Meets) 1 .623 73 

Pool Rental & Add Services 1 ,100 00 

Miscellaneous Expenses (State Meets) 407 04 

Golf 

Mileage & Local Entertainment (State Meets) 3.141 70 

Trophies and Awards 1 ,895 18 

Regional Tournament expense 220 32 

State Tournament expense 568 00 

Miscellaneous expenses 276.80 

Tennis 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 1 .908 80 

Trophies and Balls 2,246.47 

Expenses — Tournament Managers 434 58 

Regional Expenses 52.00 

Track: 

Regional expense 1 ,81 1 .29 

Trophies and Awards 6.771 77 

State Committee expense 469 10 

Officials (State Meets) 3.381 50 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 15.405 00 

New Equipment 21 6.60 

Labor (State Meets) 88.00 

Ticket Sellers & Takers (State Meets) 250.00 

Miscellaneous expense 1,127.16 

Baseball 

Troptiies and Awards 2.705.29 

Transportation (State Tournament) 709 60 

Meals (State Tournament) 1 ,431 00 

Lodging (State Tournament) 840 00 

Umpires (State Tournament) 736 40 

Expenses — Ass't Manager 1 75 00 

Miscellaneous expense (State Tournament) 195.00 

Cross Country 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 2.833 67 

Trophies and Awards 3.116 20 

Expenses — State Meets 2,120 29 

Expenses — State Committee 81 .00 

Football Playoffs 

Troptiies & Awards 1 .316.64 

Transportation 1 ,184.00 

Lodging 1,045 00 

Meals 3,306 00 

Field Rentals & Add. Labor 3,216 88 

Officials 1 ,335.00 

Ticket Sellers & Takers 570 00 

P A & Scoreboard 185 00 

Footballs 224 00 

Statisticians 60 00 

Incidental expenses — Board Grant 9.600 00 

Press Box Expense 90 00 

Trainers 50 00 

Special Police 1,259.66 

Hon. & expenses — Game Mgrs 577 50 

Ambulance Service 40 (X) 

Miscellaneous expense 300 00 

Usher Service 214.00 

Films 1 .213 70 

Rifle Marksmanship 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 200 40 

Trophies and Awards 60 1 7 

Officials 78,00 

Miscellaneous Expenses 35.00 



4,614 46 

1.074 38 

7.048 40 

6.443.15 

12,056.23 

11,490.65 

10.585.18 

17.092,76 

286 40 

27000 

1.250.00 

159.00 

138.00 

300.00 



17.000 00 
327,000,00 



Wrestling; 

Expenses — State Committee 1 .336.06 

Troptiies and Awards 547 83 

Officials 2.027.50 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 2,259.51 

Printing 415.00 

Rentals 300.00 

Custodial Service 300.00 

Security 291.38 

Film 579.21 

Miscellaneous Expense (State Tour.) 416.96 

Ticket sellers & takers 195.00 



8.668 45 



Gymnastics. 

Expenses — State Committee 104 46 

Trophies and Awards 352.07 

Officials 760.20 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 770 12 

Miscellaneous expenses (State Meets) 165 64 

Regional meet expenses 143.32 

Fencing 

Troptiies & Awards 156.39 

Expenses — State Tournament 31 .27 



Total disbursements 

Total Receipts 

Total Disbursements 

Cash Balance 



$704,71804 

$757,752 67 

704,71804 



BANK RECONCILEMENT: 

Balance per bank statement, June 30. 1979 

Less Outstanding Checks 

No 1064 10.00 

No. 1814 52.00 

No. 1873 103.25 

No. 1907 17.40 

No. 1756 15.00 

No 1800 168.00 

No 1836 270.00 

No. 1844 40.80 

No. 1855 35.60 

No. 1870 16.80 

No. 1975 240.00 

No. 1989 28.00 

No, 2003 20.00 

No. 2022 48.00 

No 1601 15.00 

No 1609 36.00 

No 1624 , 32.00 

No 1632 34.00 

No 1633 10.00 



1650 51.00 

1667 492.84 

1668 700.85 

1574 318-53 



True Bank Balance June 30. 1979 

Plus deposited check dated 7-2-79 . 



52.994.63 
♦ 40,00 



1979 BOYS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance in checking account July 1, 1978 $ 150 00 

Ticket Sales $423,648.00 

Radio Fees 9.810 00 

Profit on Program , 5.000 19 

Postage 927 50 

Refunds ,, 11.418 88 

Redeposit 447.00 451 .251 57 

Total Receipts $451 .401 57 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing $ 657 59 

Trophies and Awards 1 .220.40 

Postage 128 18 

Incidental Expenses (16 Teams) 8.000,00 

Transportation 4.674 00 

Lodging 10,010 72 

Meals 15,669,03 

Transferred — Girls' State Tour. Acc't 8,000 00 

Coliseum Rental 41,571 16 

Official Fees and Expenses 4,698.30 

Scorers and Timers 1,513.00 

Shot Chart Keepers — Statisticians 896 80 

Ticket Sellers, Takers & Guards 53968 

P A Announcers 896.28 

Telephones 109,71 

Films 370.00 

Towel Servjge 257 60 

Miscellaneous expenses — Tour Mgr 89.68 

Honorarium & expenses — Ass't. Tour Mgrs 4,011.51 

Bad Checks 56800 

1st Aid expenses 906.75 

State Sales Tax 11.162 40 115.950 78 

Transfer of Funds — amount transferred to 

K H S A A as Tournament Profit $335,300,78 

Balance — Bank statement June 30, 1979 $ 150.00 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1979 



Balance — checking account — June 30. 1978 



1978-79 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT 
TRUST FUND 



RECEIPTS: 

Balance in checking account July 1. 1978 

Interest received — Savings Certificate . . . 

Total Receipts 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Retirement Payments 

Cash Balance 

K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS: 

Cash Balance - tst Security National Bank fl Trust Company 
Savings Certificates - 1st Security Nat I Bank & Trust Co 

Total Funds on Hand, June 30, 1979 

Estimated Value of K H S A A Building and Equipment 

TotalKHSAA Assets 



122.932,00 

$123,092,00 



1979 GIRLS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance m checking account July 1, 1978 $ 160. i 

Ticket Sales 113,064 00 

Stopped payment on check 121.00 

Radio Fees 855.00 

Transferred from Boys* Basketball Acct 8.000.00 

Program Profit 860 00 

Postage . . , 32.00 

Total Receipts 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 1,224.58 

Trophies and Awards 1,164,50 

Postage 111.57 

Incidental expenses (16 Teams) 8.000.00 

Transportation 2,082 60 

Lodging 9,905 74 

Meals 14,462 40 

Transferred — Boys' Basketball Tour Acc't 8,000,00 

Coliseum rental — add fees 3.407 57 

Officials fees and expenses 2,471 55 

Scorers and Timers 371.80 

Shot Chart Keepers & Statisticians 150.00 

Ticket Sellers, Takers — Guards 3,610 25 

P A Announcers 282.50 

Telephones 18.74 

Films 381 90 

Towel Service 104 70 

fylisc expenses — Tour Mgr 269 75 

Stopped payment on check 121 00 

Hon & expenses — Ass t Tour fvlgrs 2.327 30 

State Sales Tax 2.73192 

Transfer of Funds — Amount Transferred to 
K H.S A. A. as Tournament Profit 



$ 2, 

7, 
$ 10. 



803.31 
,605 42 



$ 53, 
267, 



034 63 
000 00 



$320, 
$444, 
$764. 

K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT TRUST FUND ASSETS: 

Cash Balance -- 1st Security Nat i Bank & Trust Co . $ 2. 

Savings Certificate - 1st Security Nat I Bank 75, 

Total Retirement Fund Assets $ 77. 



BASKETBALL RULES CHANGES 
FOR THE 1979-80 SEASON 



034.63 
613,56 
548 19 



781 77 
000 00 



KENTUCKY COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL 
1979 INDIVIDUAL GOLF CHAMPION 




Betty Bairtj. inijlvidual winner. Kentucky Country Day School, 
Louisville. 

GOLF TOURNAMENT WINNERS 



For the second straight year the Louisville 
Trinity High School Golf team won the Boys 
State Tournament, held at the Anderson Golf 
Course, Fort Knox, on May 15-16. Trinity High 
School team won with the score of 639 and 
Madison Central High School was second with 
the score of 660. Scott Beard was the medalist 
with a score of 146. 

Notre Dame Academy, Covington, won 
the Girls' State Golf Tournament, held at 
Springlake Country Club, Lexington, on May 
15-16. Notre Dame team won with the score of 
706 and Tates Creek High School, Lexington, 
was second with a score of 747. Betty Baird, 
Kentucky Country Day School, Louisville, was 
the medalist with the score of 156. 



2-11: in the second sentence of 2-11 replace the 

words "the referee" with "an official". 

4-1 1(h): The definition of a player control foul is re- 
vised. It is defined as follows: A player control 
foul is a common foul committed by a player 
while he/she is in control. 

5-11: In the first sentence delete the words "two 

halves or". 

8-7: After the last free throw following a false 

double foul (4-1 1c). the ball shall be put in 
play as if the penalty for the last foul of the 
false double foul were the only one ad- 
ministered. 

lO-A-l(a): A team shall be prohibited from using a meg- 
aphone or any mechanical sounding device 
at court side for coaching purposes. 

10-A-2(d): It IS a technical foul on a team when it delays 
the game by preventing the ball from being 
made promptly alive. 



— IN MEMORIAM — 

Continued 

Secretary and the office' in which they worked was a 
room in their home. 

Both Nelle and the office were for free' — the best 
bargain the Association ever got. 

This combination saved the KHSAA thousands and 
thousands of dollars during this ten year period. 

It must be said that by virtue of her close association 
with the operation of the office, she became as knowledge- 
able of the Association as most of the school people 
themselves. 

So adios, Theodore, old friend — and for all you gave 
to those of us who remain — Mucho Gracias and Bon 
Voyage! 

T. K. Stone 
Elizabethtown, KY 



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Page Five 



TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL GOLF TEAM 
1979 CHAMPION 




(Left to Rigtit) Front Row: John Uhl, Fred Dolt, Robert Mulrooney, Todd Robbins, J. D. Schadt. Second Row: Tom 
Adams, Coach John Kahl, Scott Beard (individual champion), Philip Osborne, Steve Stallings, Dave Peege, Jim Galvin. 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 

Owensboro, Kentucky 
May 31 —June 1, 1979 



Murray 



Paintsville 



Durrett 



Murray 



Shelby County 5 



Shelby County 7 



Shelby County 



TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 
Bill East, Hopklnsvllle 
Don Green, Mayfleld 
Jamie Washer, Murray 
Bill Woodward, Hopkinsville 



1979 STATE FENCING CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS 



Oneida Institute placed first in the team's 
finish of the Girls' State Fencing Championship 
with Seneca High School placing first in the Boys' 
Championship. 

Following are the results: 

BOYS' DIVISION 
Team Scores — Seneca 22, Eastern 14, Oneida 
Institue 14, Lafayette 10, Ballard 5, Ft. 
Knox 0, Atherton 0, Kentucky Country Day 0. 
Individual Results: Foil - 1. Scott Rutherford 
(Eastern) 5-0, 2. Peter Naake (Seneca) 3-2, 3. 
Glen Miller (Oneida) 3-2, 4. Mike Jones 
(Lafayette) 2-3, 5. Tim Pinto (Seneca) 1-4, 6. 
John Grady (Ballard) 1-4. 
Epee: 1. Rutherford (Eastern) 5-1, 2. Jones 
(Lafayette) 4-2, 3. Naake (Seneca) 3-2, 4. 



Miller (Oneida) 3-2, 5. Anthony Wormack 
(Seneca) 1-4, 6. Pinton (Seneca) 0-5. 
Sabre: 1. Naake (Seneca) 6-0, 2. Miller 
(Oneida) 4-2, 3. McEwan (Oneida) 2-4, 4. 
Pinto (Seneca) 2-4, 5. Receiver (Seneca) 2-1, 
6. Mark Rowe (Oneida) 1-2. 
GIRLS' DIVISION 

Team Scores - Oneida Institue 13, Fort Knox 10, 
Central 9, Seneca 8, Kentucky Country Day 5, 
Sacred Heart 0. 

Individual Results: Foil - 1. Regina Williams 
(Fort Knox) 5-0, 2. Kim Schneider (Central) 
4-1, 3. Laura Scott (Seneca) 2-3, 4. Terri 
Blincoe (Oneida) 2-3, 5. Elaine Elam (Oneida) 
1-4, 6. Betsy Mahaffey (Kentucky Country 
Day) 1-4. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1979 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS AA GIRLS 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 19, 1979 
Paducah Tilghman High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 








(Left to Right) Front Row; M. 
Jotinson. Second Row: Coach C 
Holland, S. Dyer, and D. Wall. 



Morris, C, Godwin, M Garrett, J Richardson, L, Maxwell, C Hill, J 
Ward, K, Hardy, M. Johnson, L, Jones, E, Willis, M McDonald, B. 



330 Yard Hurdles 

1. Molden, Somerset 

2. Ditto, Meade Co. 

3. Langford, Dixie Hgt. 

4. Miller, Calloway Co. 

5. Oliphant, Allen Co. -Scott. 

Tinne — 47.02 

110 Yard Hurdles 

1. Moiser, Whitesburg 

2. Ditto, Meade Co. 

3. Molden, Somerset 

4. Shumate, Simon-Kenton 

5. Baxter, Glasgow 

Time — 14.86 

100 Yard Dash 

1. Ward. Newport 

2. Issac, Harrison Co. 

3. Maxwell, Pad. Tilghman 

4. Coulter, Danville 

5. Shirley, Barren Co. 

Time — 11.38 

220 Yard Dash 

1. Kemp, Newport 

2. Ward, Newport 

3. Jones, Montgomery Co. 

4. Turner, Lawrence Co. 

5. Durbin, Elizabethtown 

Time — 26.22 
440 Yard Run 

1. Richardson, Pad. Tilghman 

2. Shirley, Barren Co. 

3. Wampler, Whitesburg 

4. Anthony, Woodford Co. 

5. Raglin, Bourbon Co 

Time — 57.67 

880 Yard Run 

1. Baldwin, Harrison Co. 

2. Lindermann, Ft. Thomas High. 

3. Parrish, Elizabethtown 

4. Witty, Glasgow 

5. Corum, North Bullitt 

Time — 2.28 

Mile Run 

1. Witty, Glasgow 

2. Siegmundt, Highlands 



3. Parrish, Elizabethtown 

4. Etherington, Woodford Co. 

5. Johnson, Pad. Tilghman 

Time — 5:10.14 



440 Relay 

1. Paducah Tilghman 

2. Erianger Lloyd 

3. Franklin-Simpson 

4. Woodford Co. 

5. Glasgow 

Time 

880 Yard Relay 

1. Newport 

2. Providence 

3. Ft. Campbell 

4. Russellville 

5. Berea 



50.49 



Time — 1:46.11 



880 Yard Medley Relay 



1:51.35 



Paducah Tilghman 
Harrison County 
Woodford County 
Erianger Lloyd 
Danville 

Time 

Mile Relay 

1 . Harrison County 
Dixie Heights 
Calloway County 
Russell 
Danville 

Time ■ 

Shot Put 

1. Zachery, Webster Co. 

2. Pulliam, Bourbon Co. 

3. Williams, Newport 

4. Wright, Lawrence Co. 

5. Browning, Harrison Co. 

Distance — 38'9'/2" 

Discus 

1. Zackery, Woodford Co. 
2 Messmer, Erianger Lloyd 
3. Willis, Pad. Tilghman 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



4:10.52 



4. Cornett, Clay Co, 

5. Graves, Franklin-Simpson 

Distance — 119'8" 

High Jump 

1. Often, Woodford Co. 

2. Carr, Harrison Co. 

3. Johnston, Bourbon Co. 

4. Todd, Calloway Co. 

5. May, Rowan Co. 

Distance 



5'5" 



Long Jump 

1. Ruehl, Ft. Thomas High. 

2. Baxter, Glasgow 

3. Evans, Lewis Co. 

4. Walker, Calloway Co. 

5. Todd, Calloway Co. 

Distance — le'llVz" 

TOTAL POINTS 

Paducah Tilghman 29 

Newport 25 

Harrison Co 25 

Webster Co 18 

Glasgow 14 

Fort Thomas Highlands 14 

Woodford County 12 

Erianger Lloyd 10 

Calloway County 10 

Somerset 9 

Whitesburg 9 

Bourbon County 8 

Meade County 8 

Elizabethtown 7 

Dixie Heights 7 

Franklin-Simpson 6 

Danville 5 

Barren County 5 

Lawrence County 4 

Lewis County 3 

Montgomery County 3 

Russell 2 

Simon-Kenton 2 

Clay County 2 

Rowan County 1 

Allen Co.-Scottsville 1 

North Bullitt 1 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1979 



Page Seven 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS AA BOYS 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 19, 1979 
Paducah Tilghman High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left to Right): Front Row: G Pope. C. Brown, M. Jones, J. Tyler, C. King, G Arterbu 
0. Parker, and M. Lansden Second Row: Coacti Lyman Brown, A. Prather. K, Rustling, D, 
R. Grimes, J Mundy. C. Lee. R. Marstiall. T. Simmons, Ass't. Coacti Augie Sctiiller. 

3. Adkins, Union Co. 



rn. T. Spears. G. Baker. M Tolbert. D Davis, 
Gunn. J Topp, L Ray, S. Smith. K. Lansden. 



100 Yard Dash 

1. Lee, Paducah Tilghman 

2. Venable. Somerset 

3. Grant. Warren East 

4. Mines, Somerset 

5. Russell, Dixie Heights 

Time — 10.04 

220 Yard Dash 

1. Lee, Paducah Tilghman 

2. Venable, Somerset 

3. Lewis. Somerset 

4. Burdett. Newport Catholic 

5. Grant, Warren East 

Time — 22.50 

440 Yard Dash 

1. Venable. Somerset 

2. Alcorn, Danville 

3. Seyer. Erianger Lloyd 

4. Burdett, Newport Catholic 

5. Chaney, East Carter 

Time — 50.53 

880 Yard Dash 

1. Fultz, Russell 

2. Parrish, Elizabethtown 

3. Hobbs, Meade Co. 

4. Schaber, Cov. Catholic 

5. Murphy, Pulaski Co. 

Time — 1:58.64 

Mile Run 

1. Young, Union Co. 

2. Fultz, Russell 

3. Vincent, Erianger Lloyd 

4. McMahan, Meade Co. 

5. Hacker, LaRue Co. 

Time — 4:23.89 

Two Mile Run 

1. McMahon, Meade Co. 

2. Walter, Knox Central 

3. Hacker, LaRue Co. 

4. Hieronymus, Pulaski Co. 

5. Jones, Whitesburg 

Time — 9:56.28 

120 Yard Hurdles 

1. Baird, Franklin-Simpson 

2. Shannon, Danville 



4. Holt. Pulaski Co. 

5. Williams. Mayfield 

Time — 14.38 

330 Yard Low Hurdles 

1. Baird, Franklin-Simpson 

2. Spalding, Union Co. 

3. Shannon, Danville 

4. Riggs, LaRue Co. 

5. Grant, Warren East 

Time — 38.72 

880 Yard Relay 

1. Paducah Tilghman 

2. Somerset 

3. Danville 

4. Union County 

5. Dixie Heights 

Time 



1:31.20 



Mile Relay 

1. Paducah Tilghman 

2. Elizabethtown 

3. Woodford County 

4. Union County 

5. Erianger Lloyd 

Time — 3:30.47 

Shot Put 

1. Botts, Erianger Lloyd 

2. Moore, Calloway County 

3. Fox, Meade Co. 

4. Asher, Lincoln Co. 

5. Martin, Reidland 

Distance — 56' 

High Jump 

1. Wilson, Union Co. 

2. Cunningham, Union Co. 

3. Washington. Scott Co. 

4. Mason, Bell Co. 

5. Hobbs. Meade Co. 

Distance — 6'6" 

Pole Vault 

1. Mucci, Woodford Co. 

2. Adkisson, Erianger Lloyd 

3. Kinley, Danville 

4. Lewin, Cov. Catholic 

5. Gunn, Paducah Tilghman 

Distance — 13'0" 



Long Jump 

1. Frazier, Union Co. 

2. Birch, Woodford Co. 

3. Franklin, Warren East 

4. Tyler, Paducah Tilghman 

5. Groves, Adair Co. 

Distance — 2riiy2" 

Triple Jump 

1. Topp, Paducah Tilghman 

2. Birch, Woodford County 

3. White, Knox Central 

4. Pennie, Woodford Co. 

5. Blake, Meade Co. 

Distance — 48'2y2" 

Discus 

1. Lansden, Pad. Tilghman 

2. Mills. Meade Co. 

3. Kubale, Boyle Co. 

4. Berryman, Woodford Co. 
5 Herron, Scott Co. 

Distance — 150'8" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Paducati Tilghman 39 

Union County 33 

Somerset 23 

Woodford County 21 

f^eade County 20 

Erianger Lloyd 17 

Danville 17 

Franklin-Simpson 12 

Russell 10 

Warren East 8 

Elizabethtown 8 

LaRue County 6 

Pulaski County 5 

Covington Catholic 4 

Clay County 4 

Scott County 4 

Nevrfport Catholic 4 

Boyle County 3 

Knox Central 3 

Lincoln County 2 

Dixie Heights 2 

Bell County 2 

Reidland 

Mayfieid 

East Carter 

Whitesburg 

Adair County 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1979 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Louisville, Kentucky — May 19, 1979 

Lexington Bryan Station High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Lett to Right) Front Row; Trainer D. Sloan, E. Hamilton. J. Williams, M. Lewis, T. Johnson, D. Gray, 
Mgr S, Cole. Second Row B Hamilton, R. Turley, T. Owens, D. Higgins, C. Hill, C. Pemberton, J. 
Perkins. S. Taylor Third Row: Asst, Coach J. Raker. V. Logan. S. Snell. C. Green. V, Gay. L, Sweat, 
Head Coach R. Woodall 



Distances Measured in Meters 
300 Meter Hurdles 

1. Crockett, Franklin Co. 
Hemmer, Notre Dame 
Clay, Butler 
Merritt, Hopkinsville 
Trowbridge, Central 
Time 



2 

3. 
4. 
5. 



46.5 



100 Meter Hurdles 

1. Crockett, Franklin Co. 

2 Hemmer, Notre Dame 

3. Williams. Christian Co. 

4. Bryant. Boyd Co. 

5. Trowbridge, Central 

Time • 



15.3 



1,600 Meter Run 

1. straight, Henderson Co. 

2. Forrester, Atherton 

3. Baker, Franklin Co. 

4. Stewart, Boyd Co. 

5. Martin, Central 

Time — 5:09.3 

100 Meter Dash 

1. Wickley. Thomas Jefferson 

2. Harris. Henry Clay 

3. Martin, Iroquois 

4. Myer, Notre Dame 

5. Diamond, Marshall Co. 

Time — 12.4 

200 Meter Dash 

1. Wickley, Thomas Jefferson 

2. Myer. Notre Dame 

3. Harris, Henry Clay 

4. Dobiesz, Central 

5. Dishman, Sacred Heart 

Time — 25.6 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Boggs. Boyd Co. 

2. Diamond. Marshall Co. 

3. Fontana, Thomas Jefferson 

4. Jackson, Henderson Co. 

5. Stewart. North Hardin 

Time — 58.9 



800 Meter Run 

1. straight, Henderson Co. 

2. Martin. Central 

3. Stewart. Boyd Co. 

4. Dunn. Daviess Co. 

5. Jackson, North Hardin 

Time — 2:25.5 

400 Meter Relay 

1 . Bryan Station 

2. Thomas Jefferson 

3. Warren Central 

4. Southern 

5. Shelby County 

Time — 49.6 

800 Meter Relay 



Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Central 

Henderson Co. 
Bryan Station 



Time — 46.5 



4x 400 Relay 



Butler 
Apollo 
Notre Dame 
Boyd Co. 
Atherton 



Time — 4.03.7 



800 Meter Medley Relay 

1. Covington Holmes 

2. Thomas Jefferson 

3. Bryan Station 

4. Owensboro 

5. Southern 

Time — 



1:50.2 



Discus 

1. Gay, Bryan Station 

2. Garnett, Christian Co. 

3. House. Shelby Co. 

4. Sedoris, Mercy 

5. Dawson, Jeffersontown 

Distance — 114'10" 



High Jump 

1. Depp, Owensboro 

2. Fritsch, Clark Co. 

3. Smiley, Madison Central 

4. Osburn, Paul Blazer 

5. Montano, Mercy 

Distance — 5'5" 

Long Jump 

1 King, North Hardin 

2. Coffey, Southern 

3. Rhodes, Butler 

4. Wagemaker, Central 

5. Perkins, Bryan Station 

Distance — 18'2y2" 

Shot Put 

1. Gay. Bryan Station 

2. Hampton, Iroquois 

3. Robertson. Bowling Green 

4. Snell, Bryan Station 

5. Garnet, Christian Co. 

Distance — 42'4%" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Lexington Bryan station 25 

Thomas Jefferson 23 

Notre Dame 17 

Henderson County 16 

Boyd County 15 

Franklin County 15 

Louisville Central 14 

Lexington Henry Ciay 13 

Butler 12 

Owensboro 8 

Christian County 8 

North Hardin 8 

Iroquois 7 

Southern 7 

Covington Holmes 6 

Atherton 5 

Lexington Lafayette 4 

Marshall County 4 

Apollo 4 

Shelby County 4 

Clark County 4 

Madisonvilie 3 

Mercy Academy 3 

Bowling Green 3 

Warren Central 3 

Hopkinsville 2 

Ashland Blazer 2 

Sacred Heart Academy 2 

Daviess County 2 

Jeffersontown 1 



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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS AAA BOYS 

Louisville, Kentucky — May 19, 1979 
Lexington Bryan Station High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: J. Higglns. B Lindsay, G Brown, R Brown, E, Taylor, D Jotinson, A. Barnes, Second Row D Jackson, 
A Lucus, G. Cole, J. DeMario, P Gossett,J, Lewis, L Kaunaugh, R Snow, K Jones. S. Lindon Ttiird Row G Boyce,T, Phillips, J Whitley, 
S Hunnicutt, R Barnes, K, Catlett, G Moss, R. Jackson, Asst. Coach C Maxium, Coach Paul WoodalL Fourth Row: J, Back, R Peauier, 
L. Maxberry, B, Logan, A. Jackson, A. Jackson, D. Morton, K Richardson, T Bryant. 



All Distances in Meters 



100 Meter Dash 

1. Snow, Bryan Station 

2. Burse, Hopkinsville 

3. Conley, Henry Clay 

4. Brown. Owensboro 

5. Biel, Western 

Time 



1600 Meter Run 



1, 

2, 
3. 
4. 
5. 



Jeter, North Hardin 
Mattingly, Daviess Co. 
Richards, Oldham Co, 
Baxter, Henderson Co. 



3. Mise, Madison Central 

4. Daniel, Warren Central 
4. Smiley, Madisonville 

Distance - 



6'8" 



Time — 4:19.2 



11.2 



22.5 



48.7 



200 Meter Dash 

1. Burse, Hopkinsville 

2. Burnett, Tales Creek 

3. Snow, Bryan Station 

4. Biel, Western 

5. Bell, Laurel Co. 

Time - 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Peterson, Manual 

2. Burse, Hopkinsville 

3. Biel, Western 

4. Dixon, Henry Clay 

5. York, Warren Central 

Time - 

110 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Jackson, Bryan Station 

2. Hayden, Stuart 

3. Neeley, Manual 

4. Buchner, Bishop Davis 

5. Johnson, Christian Co. 

Time - 

300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Salyers, Lafayette 

2. Leach, Henry Clay 

3. Skaggs, Valley 

4. Richmond, Laurel Co, 

5. Hayden, Stuart 

Time - 

800 Meter Run 

1. Connell, Trinity 

2. Jeter, North Hardin 

3. Mattingly, Daviess Co. 

4. Richards, Oldham Co. 

5. Field, Campbell Co. 

Time — 1:56.3 



3200 Meter Run 

1. Buechler, St. Xavier 

2. DeMasters, Valley 

3. Eckstein, Daviess Co. 

4. Rice, Campbell Co. 

5. SImms, St. Xavier 

Time - 

800 Meter Relay 



9:29.2 



Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Valley 
Stuart 
Lafayette 



Pole Vault 

1. Ray, Stuart 

2. Ferguson, Henderson Co. 

3. DeManco, Bryan Station 

4. Carver, Greenup Co. 

5. Caudill, Madison Central 

Distance — 13'6" 

Triple Jump 

1. Richardson, Bryan station 
Irvine, Manual 
Baker, Bryan Station 
Bell, Laurel Co. 
Pace, Marshall Co. 
Brooks, Valley 

Distance 



2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 



48'10" 



Time — 1:29.6 



4x 400 Meter Relay 



Bryan Station 
Valley 
Manual 
Henry Clay 
Henderson Co. 



Time — 3:21.2 



14.9 



38.9 



Shot Put 

1. Maxberry, Bryan Station 

2. Thornton, Butler 

3. Marzean, Southern 

4. Portis, Thomas Jefferson 

5. Knoeri, Holmes 

Distance — 54'9y4" 

Long Jump 

1. Richardson, Bryan station 

2. Makkula, Tales Creek 

3. Duncan, Henderson Co. 

4. Bibb, Warren Central 

5. Roland, Shelby Co. 

Distance — 22'11%" 

High Jump 

1. Whom, Henderson Co. 

2. Irvin, Manual 



Discus 

1. Greschel, Valley 

2. Yeckering, Owensboro 

3. Portes, Thomas Jefferson 

4. Whitman, Tates Creek 

5. Bostin, Shelby Co. 

Distance — 168'9" 

TOTAL POINTS 

Bryan Station 50 

Manual 20 

Valley 20 

Henderson County 16 

Henry Clay 15 

Hopkinsville 14 

Stuart 13 

Daviess County 10 

Tates Creek 10 

Nortn Hardin 10 

Latayette 7 

St Xavier 7 

Owensboro 6 

Trinity 6 

Warren Central 6 

Western 6 

Mad ison Central 5 

Oldtiam County 5 

Laurel County 5 

Thomas Jefterson 5 

Butler 4 

Campbell County 3 

Greenup County 3 

Southern 3 

Bishop David 2 

Christian County 

Covington Holmes 

Madisonville 

Marshall 

Shelby County 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1979 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS A BOYS 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 19, 1979 
Fort Campbell High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left to Riglit): Front Row: Gerald Bowie, Don Felder, Darrell Perkins, Alex Villanueva. Back Row: Coach Lee Lange, Jerry Bailey. 

Bobby Webb, Darrell Stewart. Steve Brown. 



100 Yard Dash 

1. Alexander, Trigg Co. 

2. Johnson, Owen Co. 

3. Whit, Jenkins 

4. Hodge, Bath Co. 

5. Hamilton, Ky. School f/t Deaf 

Time — 9.87 

220 Yard Dash 

1. Alexander, Trigg Co. 

2. Bailey, Ft. Campbell 

3. Snardon, Todd Co. Central 

4. Sprague, Bellevue 

5. Johnson, Ov*/en Co. 

Time — 22.78 

440 Yard Dash 

1. Butts, Frankfort 

2. Bailey, Ft. Campbell 

3. Gorham, Lex. Catholic 

4. Crenshaw, Russellville 

5. Kirby, Trigg Co. 

Time — 50.37 

880 Yard Dash 

1. Clemmons, Bath Co. 

2. Whittinghill, Butler Co. 

3. Jolly, Fulton City 

4. Bottoms, Harrodsburg 

5. Villanueva, Ft. Campbell 

Time — 2:01.44 

Mile Run 

1. Briscoe, Corbin 

2. Darland, Mercer Co. 

3. Love, Trigg Co. 

4. Jolly, Fulton City 

5. Bowling, Hazard 

Time — 4:27.18 

Two Mile Run 

1. Briscoe, Corbin 

2. Love, Trigg Co. 

3. Kennedy, St. Mary 

4. Manning, Bellevue 

5. Narramore, Jenkins 

Time — 9:58.63 

120 Yard Hurdles 

1. Sprague, Bellevue 

2. Brown, Ft Campbell 



3. Hodge, Bath Co. 

4. Roser, Nicholas Co. 

5. Steel, Crittenden Co. 

Time 

330 Yard Hurdles 

1. Sprague, Bellevue 

2. Brown, Ft. Campbell 

3. Stamper, Butler Co. 

4. Brock, Berea 

5. Roser, Nicholas Co. 

Time 

880 Yard Relay 

1. Russellville 

2. Richmond Madison 

3. Lexington Catholic 

4. Trigg County 

5. Heath 

Time — 

Mile Relay 



14.40 



38.94 



1:31.13 



1 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

Shot 

1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 

High 

1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 

Pole 

1. 

2. 
3. 
3. 
5. 



Lexington Catholic 
Harrodsburg 
Russellville 
Trigg Co. 
Fort Campbell 

Time 



3:30.03 



Put 

Woodard, Caverna 
Rose, Corbin 

Bosley, Richmond Madison 
Brugh, Paintsville 
Stephenson, Murray 

Distance — 50'6" 

Jump 

Bailey, Ft. Campbell 
Brasher, Providence 
Harris, Univ. Breckinridge 
Brooker, Model Lab 
Caraway, Caverna 

Distance — 6'5" 

Vault 

Brown, Ft. Campbell 
Chasteen, Berea 
Johnson, Jenkins 
Carty, Menifee Co. 
Forte, Dayton 

Distance — 11 '6" 



Long Jump 






1. 


Parker, Fulton City 




2. 


Causch, Lex. Catholic 




3. 


Stamper, 


Butler Co. 




4. 


Ford, Caverna 




5. 


Mattingly 


Bardstown 








Distance — 


21 '8 '72 


Triple Jump 






1. 


Hickman, 


Bardstown 




2. 


Brown, Ft 


. Campbell 




3. 


Dammert 


Bishop Brossart 


4. 


Yeast, Harrodsburg 




5. 


Ballew, Richmond Mad 


ison 



Discus 

1. Ray, Providence 

2. Gayle, Owen Co. 

3. Stanley, Jenkins 

4. Anderson, Mercer Co. 

5. Vaughn, Edmonson Co. 

Distance — 144'0" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Fort Campbell 34 

Trigg County 24 

Lexington Catholic 16 

Corbin 16 

Bellevue 16 

Bath County 11 

Russellville 11 

Fulton City 11 

Providence 10 

Butler 10 

Jenkins 9V^ 

Owen County 9 

Caverna 9 

Harrodsburg 8 

Richmond Madison 8 

Bardstown 7 

Berea 6 

Frankfort 6 

Mercer County 6 

Bishop Brossart 6 

Paducah St. Mary 3 

Todd County Central 3 

Nicholas County 3 

University Breckinridge 3 

Menifee County 2'A 

Richmond Model 2 

Paintsville 2 

Edmonson County 

Crittenden County 

Kentucky School for the Deaf 

Hazard 

Murray 

Heath 

Dayton 



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TWENTIETH ANNUAL KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS TOURNAMENT — GIRLS 
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY — LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY — JUNE 1-2, 1979 

SINGLES 



A. Dougherty-S. Heart 


Dougtierty 


QUARTER- 
FINALS 

Dougherty 








Bye 


Conder 


SEMI- 
FINALS 




K. Conder-Western 


6-2; 6-0 
Ramser 








Bye 


Buchanan 






Dougherty 




D. Denton-Marion Co. 


6-1; 7-5 
S. Kuhlman 








K. Buchanan-Elizbtwn. 


6-3: 6-4 
Ramser 


FINALS 






C. Ramser-Presentation 


6-4; 6-0 
Kuhlman 








S. Feese-Danville 


6-2; 6-2 
Kuhlman 


Kuhlman 




S. Kuhlman-Notre Dame 


7-5; 6-0 








Bye 


Rupert 








B. Rupert-Boyd Co. 


6-0; 6-1 
McGuire 








M. Welqel-Somerset 


6-3; 6-1 
Rouse 








S. Rouse— Owensboro 


6-1; 6-1 












Bye 


McGuire 








L. McGuire-Lafayette 


7-5; 6-3 
Kuhlman 








Bye 


7-5; 6-3 
Kuhlman 






Nutter 


C. Kuhlman-Notre Dame 


4-6; 6-3; 6-2 






D. Denton-Warren Cen. 


6-1; 6-1 
Lutz 








R. Lutz-Henderson Co. 


6-0; 6-1 
Hertzman 








Bye 


Rorie 






Hertzman 






L. Rorie-Christian Co. 


6-2; 6-3 
Nutter 


Nutter 




J. Milby-Green Co. 


6-0; 6-2 
Hertzman 








J. Hertzman-Ballard 


6-1; 6-1 
Harrelson 








Bye 


Harrelson 








R. Harrelson-Atherton 


6-2; 6-1 








Bye 


Rupert 




J. Rupert-Boyd Co. 


6-7; 6-1; 6-0 
Nutter 




C. Simons-Lone Oak 


6-1; 6-3 
Meyer 








C. Meyer-Angela Merici 


6-2; 6-1 








Bye 


Nutter 








Bye 


6-0; 6-0 








G. Nutter 







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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1979 



1979 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 
Murray Team Winners 
Paris Singles Winners 







Left to Right: Team Winners, Kathy Outland, Candy Jackson (Murray High School). Gay Nutter, singles winner, 
Paris High School. 

DOUBLES (Girls) 



Murray 


QUARTER- 
FINALS 

Murray 


SEIMI- 
FINALS 

Murray 




Bye 


6-2; 6-0 
Model 








Richmond Model 


6-2; 6-4 
Lafayette 


FINALS 


Bye 


Russell 






Murray 


Western 


6-2; 6-4 
Sacred Heart 


Russell 


6-4; 7-6 
Lafayette 


Marion County 


6-4; 6-1 
Caverna 


Lafayette 


6-3; 6-4 

Villa Madonna 




Villa Madonna 


Bye 


Caverna 
7-6; 1-6; 7-5 

Durrett 




Caverna 
Owensboro 


0-6; 6-4; 7-5 
Sacred Heart 




Dufrett 


6-0; b-1 






Bye 


Sacred Heart 








Bye 


6-0; 6-1 








Sacred Heart 







M urray 
6-3; 6-2 



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Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

SEPT. 1979 



FOOTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association set the football districts and regions 
for 1979 and 1980 as follows: 

CLASS A (0-400) 
REGION t 

District 1 — 

Ballard Memorial, Fulton, Fulton County, 
Russellville 
District 2 — 

Campbellsville, Caverna, Clinton County, 
Gamaliel, Metcalf County, Tompklnsvllle 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Madison, Paris 
District 2 — 

Beth Haven, Frankfort, Hancock County, Owen 
County, Trimble County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Dayton, Ludlow 
District 2 — 

Fairvlew, Maysvllle, Nicholas County, Raceland 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Cumberland, Harlan, Lynch, 
Evarts 

Sub-District 2 — Lone Jack, Lynn Camp, 
Pineville, Williamsburg 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, 
Jenkins, Phelps, Virgie 

Sub-District 2 — Mullins, Paintsville, 
Wheelwright 

CLASS AA (401-600) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Caldwell County, Fort Campbell, Heath, 
Mayfield, Murray, Todd Central, Trigg County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Allen County, Butler County, 
Glasgow, Warren East 

Sub-District 2 — Adair County, Edmonson 
County, Green County, Hart County 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Anderson County, Bardstown, Fort Knox, 
Washington County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Bath County, Carroll County, 
Fleming County, Henry County 

Sub-District 2 — East Carter, Lewis County, 
Mason County, Rowan County, West Carter 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Boyle County, Russell County, Somerset, 
Wayne County, Garrard County 
District 2 — 

Bell County, Corbin, Middlesboro 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Hazard, Johns Creek, M.C. Napier, Whitesburg 
District 2 — 

Lawrence County, Morgan County, Pikeville, 
Prestonsburg 

CLASS AAA (601-1000) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Calloway County, Crittenden County, Lone 
Oak, Reldland, Union County, Webster County 



District 2 — 

Barren County, Franklin-Simpson, Ohio 
County 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Breckinridge County, 
Elizabethtown, Meade County, North Bullitt 

Sub-District 2 — East Hardin, Grayson County, 
LaRue County, Taylor County 
District 2 — 

Bourbon County, Danville, Harrison County, 
Montgomery County, Scott County, Woodford 
County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Conner, Covington Catholic, 
Lloyd Memorial, Simon Kenton 

Sub-District 2 — Highlands, Newport, Newport 
Catholic, Scott 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Jessamine County, Knox 
Central, Lincoln County, Whitley County 

Sub-District 2 — Casey County, Estill County, 
Mercer County, Rockcastle County 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Breathitt County, Clay County, James A. 
Cawood, Leslie County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell 

STATE CLASS AAAA (1001 -up) 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

Bowling Green, Christian County, Hopklnsvllle, 
Marshall County, Paducah Tilghman, Warren 
Central 
District 2 — 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Bullitt Central, Marion County, Nelson County, 
North Hardin 
District 2 — 

Franklin County, Oldham County, Shelby 
County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Tates 
Creek 
District 2 — 

Clark County, Laurel County, Madison Central 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie 
Heights, Holmes 
District 2 — 

Boyd County, Greenup County, Paul G. Blazer 

JEFFERSON COUNTY CLASS AAAA 

District 1 — 

Bishop David, Butler, Doss, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Shawnee, Valley, Western 
District 2 — 

DeSales, Fairdale, Male, Moore, Southern, 
Stuart, Durrett 
District 3 — 

Atherton, Fern Creek, Iroquois, Jeffersontown, 
Manual, St. Xavier, Seneca 
District 4 — 

Ballard, Central, Eastern, Thomas Jefferson, 
Trinity, Waggener, Westport 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of tfie 
Kentucl(y High Schiool Atfiletic Association 



VOL. XLII — No. 2 



SEPTEMBER, 1979 



$1.00 Per Year 




Brigid L. DeVries 

Brigid L. DeVries was named Assistant 
Commissioner of the Kentucky Higli Scliool 
Attiietic Association effective July 1, 1979. Ms. 
DeVries is a graduate of the University of Kentucl<y 
where she received a B.A. in Physical Education. 
She taught at the Nicholas County Elementary 
School in Carlisle during the 1971-73 period. Ms. 
DeVries was a Graduate Assistant at the University 
of Kentucky, Department of Campus Recreation 
where she received her^Master's Degree in 1975. 
While at the University, Ms. DeVries was involved in 
the coaching of Swimming, Volleyball and Track 
and Field. Upon completion of her degree she was 
hired by the Department of Athletics at Ohio 
University, Athens, Ohio, to coach Swimming, 
Diving and Track, from 1977 until 1979. 

Ms. DeVries is a member of the Kentucky Swim 
Officials Association, U.S. Track Coaches 
Association and the American Swimming Coaches 
Association. 



VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION 

The K.H.S.A.A. will sponsor volleyball regional 
and state tournaments for the first time in October 
1979. The regional tournaments will be held during 
the week of October 15 with the State Tournament 
scheduled for October 26-27. The regional sites are 



as follows: 

Kenton County Region — Scott High School 
and Ludlow High School 

Campbell County Region — Campbell County 
High School 

Jefferson County Region — Sacred Heart 
Academy 

State-at-Large Region — Morehead State 
University 

The State Tournament will be held at the 
University of Kentucky, Memorial Coliseum. The 
Tournament Manager will be Brigid DeVries. 

The following schools have been assigned to 
Regions: 

Kenton Region — Beechwood, Dixie Heights, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, Notre 
Dame, St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa 
Madonna. 

Campbell County Region — Bellevue, Boone 
County, Bishop Brossart, Campbell County, 
Conner, Dayton, Highlands, Newport, Our Lady of 
Providence, Walton Verona. 

Jefferson County Region — Angela Merici, 
Assumption, Central, Doss, Ballard, Fern Creek, 
Holy Rosary, Kentucky Country Day, Presentation, 
Mercy Academy, Ninth & O, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Sacred Heart, Stuart. 

State-at-Large Region — Elkhorn City, 
Fairview, Greenville, Hazard, Hopkinsville, Knott 
Central, McCreary County, Montgomery County, 
Oneida Inst., Rowan County, St. Camillus, Tates 
Creek, Tompkinsville, Trinity, University 
Breckinridge, University Heights, Western 
Anderson, Woodford County. 

If your school intends to have a volleyball team 
and the name is not on this list, please contact Brigid 
DeVries at the K.H.S.A.A. office. 

The K.H.S.A.A. is registering volleyball officials 
for the first time this year. If you wish to register 
please contact this office as soon as possible as the 
deadline date for registering in volleyball is 
September 30. 



"VOLLEYBALL: THE WINNING POINTS " 

"Volleyball: The Winning Points" isa17minute, 
16mm sound and color film, produced by the 
National Federation of State High School 
Associations, and explains the rules relating to the 
game of Volleyball. The film is designed to provide 
the viewer with the insight into the game of 
Volleyball from the officials standpoint as well as 
from the players'. Officiating techniques are 
reviewed as actual game situations take place. The 
subject matter covered in the film includes the 
following; Pre-match responsibilities of the 
officials, substitution, general play, legal and illegal 
hits, and net play. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1979 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 7280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
tVlay 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor : JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville 

Vice Pres. . Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Directors Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg; 

Pete Grigsby (1978-1980) McDowell; Robie Harper, Jr. 
(1979-1983) Drakesboro; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville; J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), LaGrange; 
Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington; D. J. Ramsey 
(1978-1982), Louisville; Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) 
Fiemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 



K.H.S.A.A. BOARD OF CONTROL 
OFFICERS 1979-80 



Basketball Clinics 

The 1979-80 required rules meetings for 
basketball officials and head coaches will be 
conducted by Assistant Commissioner Billy V. 
Wise. Other members of the coaching staff, scorers 
and timers are urged to attend. The dates, times and 
sites for the meetings are as follows: 

October 2, Bell County High School, Pineville, 
7;00 P.M. 

October 3, Hazard High School, Hazard, 7:00 
P.M. 

October 4, Prestonsburg High School, Pres- 
tonsburg, 7:00 P.M. 

October 8, Morehead State University, More- 
head, 7:00 P.M. 

October 9, Community College, Ashland, 7:00 
P.M. 

October 10, Mason.County High School, Mays- 
ville, 7:00 P.M. 

October 11, Holmes High School, Covington, 
7:00 P.M. 

October 15, Apollo High School, Owensboro, 
7:00 P.M. 

October 16, Paducah Tilghman High School, 
Paducah, 7:00 P.M. 

October 17, Murray State University, Murray, 
7:00 P.M. 

October 18, Hopkinsville High School, Hop- 
kinsville, 7:00 P.M. 

October 22, Bowling Green High School, Bowl- 
ing Green, 7:00 P.M. 

October 23, Elizabethtown High School, Eliza- 
bethtown, 7:00 P.M. 

October 24, Stouffer's Inn, Louisville, 7:00 P.M. 

October 25, Henry Clay High School, Lexing- 
ton, 7:00 P.M. 





Zeb Blankenship 
Vice President 



Barney Thweatt, Principal of Christian County 
High School, Hopkinsville, was elected President of 
the Board of Control at the summer meeting of the 
directors held on July 27, 1979. Zeb Blankenship, 
Principal of Jessamine County High School, was 
named Board Vice-President. 

Barney Thweatt graduated from Brewers High 
School in 1948. He was a member of three State 
Tournament teams while in high school. The 1947 
Brewers team was runners-up to Maysville High 
School, and the 1948 team won the State 
Championship with a 36-0 record. (The last team to 
go undefeated and win the State Tournament.) 
Brewers was coached by the late McCoy Tarry. 

Mr. Thweatt graduated from Murray State 
College in 1953 and was a member of the basketball 
team which was composed of Garrett Beshears, 
Howard Crittenden, and Charles "Doodle" Floyd. 

Barney Thweatt coached high school 
basketball in Farina, Illinois, Oldham County 
Kentucky, and Paducah Tilghman. His 1963 
Oldham County team went to the semi-finals of the 
State Tournament before being eliminated by 
Seneca High School, the 1963 State Champion. He 
was named Coach of the Year in the 8th Region in 
1963. His 1967 Paducah Tilghman team lost to 
Covington Catholic in the first round of the State 
Tournament and Covington Catholic lost to 
Earlington in the finals of the State Tournament by 
one point. He was named Coach of the Year in 
Region 1 in 1967. Reserved as President of the First 
Regional High School Basketball Coaches 
Association while at Paducah Tilghman. 

In the fall of 1967, Mr. Thweatt was hired as 
Principal of North Marshall High School, and while 
there he served as President of the Western 
Kentucky Association of School Administrators, 
and President of the First Regional Ninth Grade 
Baske'tball Association. He was named Principal at 
Mayfield High School in 1970 and served three years 
before moving to Christian County High School 
where he has been principal for seven years. He is 
past President of the Western Kentucky Football 
Conference, and is active in Kentucky Association 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1979 



Page Three 



Zeb Blankenship is a native of Elkhorn City, 
Kentucky, where he was graduated from high 
school in 1945. He was a member of the then Cum- 
berland High School basketball team which rep- 
resented the 15th Region in the State High School 
Basketball Tournament in 1943, 1944 and 1945. He 
was a member of the 1945 All-Tournament team. 

Mr. Blankenship received a scholarship to the 
University of Kentucky. After his freshman season 
at the University of Kentucky, he spent a tour of 
duty with the U.S. Army. He attended the University 
of Louisville and Pikeville College before graduat- 
ing from the University of Kentucky in 1952. He has 
coached in Pike County, Madison High and Mercer 
County prior to becoming principal at Mercer 
County High School. He has been principal at 
Jessamine County High School for twelve years. 
He earned the standard Leadership Certificate 
from the University of Kentucky in 1969. 

Mr. Blankenship's wife, Nel, is employed by 
the Department of Human Resources in Frankfort. 
They have twin daughters, Kathy and Barbara and 
two sons. Chuck and Scott. 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Kenlake State 
Park, Aurora, Kentucky, on Friday morning, July 27, 
1979. The meeting was called to order by President 
Jack Burkich, at 10:00 A.M. Present were Board 
members Denval Barriger, Zeb Blankenship, 
Joseph McPherson, J.D. Minnehan, Norman 
Passmore, Denzil J. Ramsey, Glendon Ravenscraft, 
Barney Thweatt; Commissioner Tom Mills and 
Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries, Louis 
Stout and Billy V. Wise. Conley Manning was 
present representing the State Department of 
Education. The invocation was given by J.D. 
Minnehan. 

Denzil J. Ramsey moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore, to accept the minutes of the May 
meeting. The motion passed unanimously. 

The Board of Control held the election of 
officers for 1979-80. J.D. Minnehan nominated 
Barney Thweatt and Zeb Blankenship for President 
and Vice-President respectively. Norman Passmore 
moved, seconded by Denzil J. Ramsey, that the 
nominations cease. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Jack Burkich presented a plaque to the 
outgoing Board members in appreciation of their 
loyal service to the Association during their term as 
members of the Board of Control. Glendon 
Ravenscraft and Denval Barriger accepted the 
plaques with words of thanks to the Board 
members. 

Jack Burkich thanked the Board members for 
their support during the past year and then turned 



the chair over to the newly elected President, 
Barney Thweatt. 

President Thweatt introduced Robie Harper, 
representing Regions 3 and 4, and Fairce O. Woods 
representing Regions 9 and 10, newly elected 
members to the Board of Control. 

Commissioner Mills introduced Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries and welcomed her 
to the Staff of the K.H.S.A.A. 

Board members Jack Burkich, Barney Thweatt, 
J.D. Minnehan and Joseph McPherson gave reports 
on the National Federation Meeting held at 
Cambridge, Mass., on July 4-7, 1979. 

Commissioner Mills presented to the Board 
copies of the material completed for the auditor and 
also copies of the 1979-80 budget report. He asked 
the Board to study the material and called their 
attention to an item in the receipts and 
disbursements of the Boys' State Basketball 
Tournament of $8,000 that was deposited to the 
Girls' Basketball account so the participating 
schools in the tournament could receive the $500.00 
incidental expense allowance, this item being re- 
deposited in the Boys' Basketball Tournament 
account at a later date. He also called theirattention 
to a new form that the State Department of 
Education has requested that the K.H.S.A.A. use in 
reporting their budget. Norman Passmore moved, 
seconded by Joseph McPherson, that the budget 
and audit report be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

President Thweatt appointed the following 
committees: 

Basketball Committee — Chairman J.D. 
Minnehan, Vice-Chairman Jack Burkich, Norman 
Passmore, Robie Harper, Fairce Woods. 

Football Committee — Chairman Jack Burkich, 
Vice-Chairman Joseph McPherson, Fairce Woods, 
Norman Passmore, Pete Grigsby. 

Minor Sports Committee — Chairman D.J. 
Ramsey, Vice-Chairman Barney Thweatt, Joseph 
McPherson, Robie Harper, Pete Grigsby. 

Trophy Committee — Chairman Norman 
Passmore, Vice-Chairman Zeb Blankenship, Brigid 
DeVries, Billy Wise 

Staff Committee — Chairman Zeb Blankenship, 
Vice-Chairman Pete Grigsby, J.D. Minnehan, Jack 
Burkich, Norman Passmore 

Retirement Committee — Chairman Barney 
Thweatt, Vice-Chairman D.J. Ramsey, Zeb 
Blankenship, Pete Grigsby 

East Eligibility Committee — Chairman Pete 
Grigsby, Vice-Chairman Norman Passmore, Fairce 
Woods, Jack Burkich, Zeb Blankenship 

West Eligibility Committee — Chairman Joseph 
McPherson, Vice-Chairman J.D. Minnehan, Robie 
Harper, D.J. Ramsey, Barney Thweatt 

Commissioner Mills reported on the eligibility 
case of Roger Roberts, a student at Virgie High 
School. Roger is ineligible under the provisions of 
By-Law 4, Age. After a discussion by the Board of 
Control, Joseph McPherson moved, seconded by 
J.D. Minnehan, that By-Law 4 not be waived in this 
case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills explained that the State 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1979 



Department of Education has revised Article XII of 
the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution, The Article now reads 
as follows: 

Management of Interscholastic Athletics — 
Sec. 1. The State Board for Elementary and 
Secondary Education designates the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association as the sole 
organization to manage interscholastic athletics in 
schools which are members in good standing of the 
Kentucky High School Athletics Association. Each 
local Board of Education is responsible to the State 
Board for Elementary and Secondary Education for 
interscholastic athletics in Grades K-8. Sec. 2. The 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association will 
submit annually the rules, regulations and by-laws 
to the State Board for Elementary and Secondary 
Education together with any proposed changes 
thereto. Sec. 3. Appeals from the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association Board of Control to the 
State Board for Elementary and Secondary 
Education shall follow the procedures as provided 
by 701 KAR 5:020 Sections 2 through 5. 

After a lengthy discussion concerning the en- 
rollment of new schools in the K.H.S.A.A,, it was 
recommended that a new school formed from 
schools under the auspices of the same board of 
education of a member school will be received into 
the K,H.S.A.A., upon receipt of application and a 
copy of the operational approval of the State De- 
partment for Elementary and Secondary Education. 
Schools which originate from sources other than 
herein described will remain in a candidacy status 
for a two year period, with a similar delay in partici- 
pation in championship tournament play. Robie 
Harper moved, seconded by Zeb Blankenship, that 
the recommendation of the Board of Control con- 
cerning new school memberships be approved. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills read letters from the 
principals of Spencer County and Anderson County 
high schools requesting that their school be 
changed from Basketball District 29 to District 30. 
After careful consideration, the Board declined to 
approve the requests. They will re-consider these 
requests upon completion of the proposed ad- 
ditional high school in Bullitt County. 

Mr. Mills discussed with the Board the requests 
from the men's and women's coaches associations 
and the athletic directors association concerning 
their interest in joining the Federation Fund with 
which the K.H.S.A.A. carries (at no cost to the 
member schools) a $75,000 catastrophe insurance 
and a five million liability policy. Norman Passmore 
moved, seconded by J.D. Minnehan, that their 
requests be granted. The motion carried 
unanimously. The premium for this insurance will 
be paid by each of the named associations based 
upon their total membership. 

Jack Burkich introduced Supt. James Caudill of 
Hazard City Schools, Prin, James W. Fields of M.C. 
Napier High School and Elwood Cornett of the 
Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative. Mr. 
Cornett, Mr. Caudill and Mr. Fields made 



presentations to the Board concerning the 
regulation of spring sports and sub-state basketball 
tournaments. They ask that the K.H.S.A.A. consider 
placing season limitations on spring sports to 
include the number of games or activities 
scheduled. They also requested that the Board 
conduct a survey among member schools to 
determine their interest in changing the present 
playoff system in basketball to one composed of 
sub-state tournaments. This request was referred to 
the Basketball Committee for consideration. 
President Thweatt thanked the group for appearing 
before the Board and assured them that 
consideration would be given to their requests. 

Commissioner Mills discussed with the Board 
the numerous inquiries he has received from Boards 
of Education and high schools concerning By-Law 
29, Requirements of Coaches. After a lengthy 
discussion by the Board members, Norman 
Passmore moved, seconded by Denzil J. Ramsey, 
that the Board decline to waive the requirements of 
By-Law 29, but permit the employment of personnel 
that hold valid teaching certificates, are employed 
as permanent substitute teachers, and assured of 
teaching a minimum of three regular periods of 
classes, gymnasium, study halls or other activity 
assignments within the school's schedule as 
coaches of athletic teams. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Upon a motion by Robie Harper, seconded by 
Jack Burkich, the regular meeting adjourned at this 
time for lunch. The motion carried unanimously. 

The Board of Control Meeting re-convened at 
1:30 P.M. 

Assistant Commissioner Billy Wise discussed 
with the Board the need to raise the fees for mileage 
for all officials. Jack Burkich made a motion, 
seconded by Norman Passmore, that officials be 
paid 15(1; per mile for all necessary travel to officiate 
an assigned game. The assigning secretaries shall 
assign officials from the same geographical area 
when possible and only when he deems it necessary 
shall a school be required to pay for more than one 
car. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Wise presented the results of a survey taken 
concerning the assigning of basketball officials. 
After a lengthy discussion and consideration of the 
results of the survey, Joseph McPherson made a 
motion, seconded by Fairce O. Woods, that 
basketball officials be assigned to officiate within 
the district and region where they are members of 
the local association. However, with the approval of 
the Commission the assigning secretary may assign 
officials outside the region if he deems it necessary. 
The motion carried with a vote of 6-2 with one 
member not voting. 

Assistant Commissioner Brigid DeVries 
reported to the Board the results of her Volleyball 
Committee Meeting. Information from the blue 
statement forms indicate that about forty-seven 
schools will sponsor women's volleyball teams. The 
Committee will meet in August or early September 
to determine the site of the tournament to be held on 



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October 26-27. 

Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout presented 
the recommendations of the Wrestling Committee 
to the Board and asked that they be approved. The 
recommendations were as follows: The present 
eight regions will become eight districts with the top 
four wrestlers in each weight class advancing to the 
region. Two districts will be joined into a region 
which would reduce the total number of regions to 
four. The top four wrestlers in each weight class in 
each region would advance to the State 
Tournament. Also the Committee recommends that 
to certify, the team must be involved in a shoulderto 
shoulder weigh-in on the day of the meet or 
tournament. Norman Passmore moved, seconded 
by Zeb Blankenship, that the recommendations of 
the Wrestling Committee be accepted. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

J. D. Minnehan moved, seconded by Zeb 
Blankenship, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning May 1, 1979, and ending June 30, 
1979, be allowed. The motion carried unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board was scheduled 
for October 13, 1979, at the K.H.S.A.A. Building, 
Lexington, at 9:00 A.M. 

Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore, that the meeting be adjourned. The 
motion carried unanimously. 



K.H.S.A.A. FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 
1979-80 



School 

Adair County 

Allen Co. 

Anderson County 

Apollo 

Atherton 

Ballard 

Ballard Memorial 

Bardstown 

Barren County 

Bath County 

Beechwood 

Belfry 

Bell County 

Bellevue 

Berea Community 

Beth Haven Chris. 

Bishop David 

Boone County 

Bourbon County 

Bovi/ling Green 

Boyd County 

Boyle County 

Breathitt County 

Breckinridge Co 

Bryan Station 

Bullitt Central 

Butler 

Butler County 

Caldwell County 

Calloway County 

Campbell County 

Campbellsville 

Carroll County 

Casey County 

Caverna 

Central 

Christian County 



Address 

Columbia 
Scottsville 
Lawrenceburg 
Owensboro 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Barlow 
Bardstown 
Glasgow 
Owingsville 
Ft. Mitchell 
Belfry 
Pineville 
Bellevue 
Berea 

Valley Station 
Louisville 
Florence 
Paris 

Bowling Green 
Ashland 
Danville 
Jackson 
Harned 
Lexington 
Shepherdsville 
Louisville 
Morgantown 
Princeton 
Murray 
Alexandria 
Campbellsville 
Carrollton 
Liberty 
Horse Cave 
Louisville 
Hopkinsville 



Coach 

Nelson Moore 
Royce Hood 
Bob Sarver 
Fred Hamburg 
Dan Goble 
Bob Redman 
Ben Sydboten 
Garnis Martin 
Jerry Eubank 
Gary Ramey 
Bernie Barre 
Richard Roddy 
Bruce Thompson 
Fred Bernier 
Harold Borders 
Joe Bailey 
Denny Nash 
Owen Hauck 
Charles Perssons 
Wilson Sears 
Greg Gregory 
Ed Rail 
Dudley Hilton 
Oscar Gardner 
Terry Clark 
Mike Manley 
Joe Hood 
Don Smith 
Al Giordano 
Stan Outland 
Don Shelton 
Vic Clark 

C McConnaughhay 
Ralph McKee 
Johnny Belcher 
Clint Lovely 
Fred Clayton 



Clay County 

Clinton County 

Conner 

Corbin 

Covington Catholic 

Crittenden County 

Cumberland 

Danville 

Daviess County 

Dayton 

DeSales 

Dixie Heights 

Doss 

duPont Manual 

Durrett 

East Carter Co 

East Hardin 

Eastern 

Edmonson County 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Estill County 

Everts 

Fairdale 

Fairview 

Fern Creek 

Fleming County 

Flemmg-Neon 

Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox 

Frankfort 

Franklin County 

Franklin-Simpson 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Gamaliel 

Garrard County 

George Rogers Clark 

Glasgow 

Grayson County 

Green County 

Greenup County 

Hancock County 

Harlan 

Harrison County 

Harrodsburg 

Hart County 

Hazard 

Heath 

Henderson County 

Henry Clay 

Henry County 

Highlands 

Holmes 

Hopkinsville 

Iroquois 

James A. Cawood 

Jeffersontown 

Jenkins 

Jessamine County 

Jesse Stuart 

Johns Creek 

Johnson Central 

Ky. Country Day 

Ky. School f/t Deaf 

Knox Central 

Lafayette 

LaRue County 

Laurel County 

Lawrence County 

Leslie County 

Lewis County 

Lincoln County 

Lloyd Memorial 

Lone Jack 

Lone Oak 

Ludlow 

Lynch 

Lynn Camp 

M C Napier 

Madison 

Madison Central 

Mad N, Hopkins 

Male 

Marion C Moore 

Marion County 

Marshall County 

Mason County 

Mayfield 



Manchester 

Albany 

Hebron 

Corbin 

Covington 

Marion 

Cumberland 

Danville 

Owensboro 

Dayton 

Louisville 

Ft. Mitchell 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Grayson 

Glendale 

Middletown 

Brownsville 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Irvine 

Evarts 

Fairdale 

Ashland 

Louisville 

Flemingsburg 

Fleming 

Ft Campbell 

Ft. Knox 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Hickman 

Gamaliel 

Lancaster 

Winchester 

Glasgow 

Leitchfield 

Greensburg 

Greenup 

Lewisport 

Harlan 

Cynthiana 

Harrodsburg 

Munfordville 

Hazard 

West Paducah 

Henderson 

Lexington 

New Castle 

Ft Thomas 

Covington 

Hopkinsville 

Louisville 

Harlan 

Jeffersontown 

Jenkins 

Nicholasville 

Valley Station 

Pikeville 

Paintsville 

Louisville 

Danville 

Barbourvtile 

Lexington 

Hodgenville 

London 

Louisa 

Hyden 

Vanceburg 

Stanford 

Erlanger 

Four Mile 

Paducah 

Ludlow 

Lynch 

Corbin 

Hazard 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Madisonville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Lebanon 

Benton 

Maysville 

Mayfield 



Terry Wilson 
Brian Thompson 
Bob Lewis 
Archie Powers 
Lynn Ray 
Ken Bargo 
Ronnie Cain 
Steele Harmon 
Gary Keller 
Fred Mariani 
Ron Madrick 
Robert Burnett 
Danny Dohn 
Buddy Pfaadt 
Tom Eddleman 
Gary McDowell 
Steve Brown 
David Peak 
David Oney 
Phillip Owen 
Jack Hall 
Woody Davenport 
Hoover Niece 
Charles Hunter 
Doug Semenick 
Rec Cooksey 
Wally Oyler 
Theodore Purcell 
Roland White 
Marshall Paterson 
Joe Jaggers 
Ray Webb 
Gary Dearborn 
James Mathews 
Gwin Wood 
Stan Watts 
Kelly Page 
Sammy Burke 
Don Danko 
Charles Gupton 
Don Rawlings 
Kent McCubbin 
John Younce 
Jerry Griffin 
Rick McCrary 
Bob Jenkins 
Lavis Johnson 
Roy M Petett 
Colin Cox 
Jack Haskins 
Mojo Hollowell 
Robert Bell 
J J, Reynolds 
Bill Herrmann 
Edward Jackson 
Dan Sundberg 
Len Kern 
Roger Caudill 
James Jordan 
John W Brown 
Frank Conyers 
Jim Grant 
Mike Riffe 
Jim Hastings 
Malcolm Marler 
Clyde Mohan 
John Dixon 
Jim Poynter 
Phil Eason 
Charlie Bell 
Paul Wright 
Floyd Hines 
Bill Robinson 
Don Wooldridge 
Jim Dougherty 
Bruce Hendrickson 
Tom Pandolphi 
Glen Wise 
John B. Morgan 
David Mitchell 
Bill Dixon 
Monty Joe Lovell 
Ed Miracle 
Steve Tweddell 
Garnett Phelps 
Ted Leisor 
Lewis Cook 
Larry Krouse 
Steve Butcher 
Jack Morris 



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Maysville 

Meade County 

Mercer County 

Metcalfe County 

MJddlesboro 

Montgomery Co, 

Moore 

Morgan County 

Mullins 

Murray 

Nelson County 

Newport 

Newport Catholic 

Nicholas County 

North Bullitt 

North Hardin 

Ohio County 

Oldham County 

Owen County 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Cath 

Paducah Tilghman 

Paintsville 

Paris 

Paul G Blazer 

Pikeville 

Pineville 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Prestonsburg 

Phelps 

Raceland 

Reidland 

Rockcastle Co 

Rowan County 

Russell 

Russell County 

Russellville 

St, Xavier 

Scott 

Scott County 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Shelby County 

Simon Kenton 

Somerset 

Southern 

Tates Creek 

Taylor County 

Todd Co Central 

Thomas Jefferson 

Tompkinsville 

Trigg County 

Trimble County 

Trinity 

Union County 

Valley 

Virgie 

Waggener 

Warren Central 

Warren East 

Washington Co, 

Wayne County 

Webster County 

West Carter 

West Hardin 

Western 

Westport Road 

Whitesburg 

Whitley County 

WJIliamsburg 

Wheelwright 

Woodford County 



Maysville 
Brandenburg 

Harrodsburg 

Edmonton 

Middlesboro 

Ml Sterling 

Louisville 

West Liberty 

Pikeville 

Murray 

Bardstown 

Newport 

Newport 

Carlisle 

Shepherdsville 

Radcliff 

Hartford 

Buckner 

Owenton 

Owensboro 

Owensboro 

Paducah 

Paintsville 

Pans 

Ashland 

Pikeville 

Pineville 

Pleasure Ridge Pk, 

Prestonsburg 

Phelps 

Raceland 

Paducah 

Mt Vernon 

Morehead 

Flatwoods 

Russell Springs 

Russellville 

Louisville 

Taylor Mill 

Georgetown 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Shelbyville 

Independence 

Somerset 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Campbellsville 

Elkton 

Louisville 

Tompkinsville 

Cadiz 

Bedford 

Louisville 

Morganfield 

Valley Station 

Virgie 

Louisville 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Springfield 

Monticello 

Dixon 

Olive Hill 

Stephensburg 

Shively 

Louisville 

Whitesburg 

Williamsburg 

Williamsburg 

Wheelwright 

Versailles 



Bill Fooks 
Jim DeVries 
Larry French 
Doug Clemmons 
Tom Stapleton 
Pat Dale 
Ted Leasor 
Bruce Herdman 
Jon Renigar 
John Hina 
Joe Medley 
Mike Murphy 
Bob Schneider 
Ben Pumphrey 
Everett Baker 
Bill Jenkins 
Frank Parker 
Jim Kennedy 
Roy Cochran 
Don Netoskie 
James Wilson 
Dan Haley 
Walter Brugh 
Randy Reese 
Mike Holtzapfel 
Hillard Howard 
Eddie Bishop 
Bob Holman 
Philip Haywood 
David McCoy 
Roger Snyder 
Anthony Burkeen 
Larry Woods 
Ken Howard 
Ivan McGlone 
Ron Finley 
Kenny Barrett 
Michael Stewart 
Dave Browning 
Jack Eicher 
Mike Egan 
Eugene Johnson 
Tom Becherer 
Bill Gaines 
John Cam 
Henderson Wilson 
Roy Walton 
Harry Reif 
Michael Dotson 
Donald Hugh Pope 
Larry Moore 
Dixie Jones 
Jim Hurst 
Dennis Lampley 
Dick McDonald 
Hugh Dening 
Ronald Curry 
Richard Anderson 
Larry Gilbert 
Jim Ross 
Jim Reed 
Jerry Turner 
Waller Hawkins 
Carter Bradshaw 
Bernerd Decker, Jr 
Stephen Reed 
Steve Bocko 
James Gose 
Sam Schafer 
Bob Rose 
Wilbur Jamerson 
Dan Cassidy 



1979 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 

The regional sites, managers and teams 

assigned to each are listed below. Each school 

listed will receive from the regional manager an 

information sheet and entry blank prior to the meet. 

GIRLS' CLASS A 

Christian County Region (Coach Ed Davis, 
Christian Co, H,S,) — Crittenden County, Ft, 

Campbell, Fulton, Providence, St, Mary, Webster 
County, University Heights 

West Hardin Region (Coach Bobby Williams, 



West Hardin H,S,) — Bardstown, Central City, 
Edmonson County, Ft, Knox, Kentucky Country 
Day, LaRue County, Metcalfe County, Muhlenberg 
Central, North Bullitt, Portland Christian, Tomp- 
kinsville, West Hardin, Hancock County, Immanuel 
Lutheran 

Harrison County Region (Ath. Dir, Joe Judy, 
Harrison Co, H,S,) — Carroll County, Harrodsburg, 
Lexington Catholic, Nancy, Owen County, Spencer 
County 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon Bo- 
cock, Pulaski County H,S,) — Bell County, Corbin, 
Garrard County, Model, Somerset, Berea, Williams- 
burg 

Bath County Region (Prin, Ewell Smoot, Jr,, 
Bath Co. H,S,) — Hazel Green. Knott County, Lee 
County, Magoffin County, Mason County, Menifee 
County, Nicholas County, Paintsville, Phelps, 
University Breckinridge, Virgie, 

Covington Region (Coach Chuck Gullo, 
Highlands H,S,) — Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, 
Bishop Brossart, Gallatin County, Grant County, 
Holy Cross. Silver Grove, Walton-Verona 

GIRLS' CLASS AA 

Daviess County Region (Coach Tony Rowe, 
Daviess Co. H.S.) — Apollo, Daviess County, 
Henderson County, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic. 

Christian County 
Christian Co. H.S.) - 
County, Hopkinsville 



Region (Coach Ed Davis, 
Calloway County, Christian 
Marshall County, Mayfield, 
Paducah Tilghman, Union County. 

Shelby County Region (Coach Larry Wingfield, 
Shelby Co. H.S.) — Adair County, Bowling Green, 
Grayson County, Elizabethtown, Marion County, 
North Hardin, Oldham County, Taylor County. 

Harrison County Region (Ath. Dir. Joe Judy, 
Harrison County H.S.) — Bath County, Bourbon 
County, Bryan Station, Estill County, Franklin 
County, Harrison County, Henry Clay, Jessamine 
County, Lafayette, Tates Creek, Woodford County. 

Covington Region (Coach Chuck Gullo, 
Highlands H.S.) — Boone County, Campbell 
County, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Holmes, Lloyd, 
Notre Dame, Scott, Simon-Kenton 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon 
Bocock, Pulaski Co. H.S.) — Boyle County, Dan- 
ville, Knox Central, Lincoln County, Madison 
Central, Pulaski County, Whitley County, Laurel 
County, McCreary County 

Boyd County Region (Coach Eugene Clark, 
Boyd County H.S.) — Boyd County, Clark County, 
East Carter, Montgomery County, Paul Blazer, 
Rowan County, Russell, West Carter, Sheldon 
Clark, Lewis County, Whitesburg 

GIRLS' CLASS AAA 

Central Region (Earl Henderson, Central H.S.) 
— Ahrens, Butler, Central, Evangel, Manual, Male, 
Shawnee 

Stuart Region (Coach Wayne Burke, Stuart 
H.S.) — Angelia Merci, Bishop David, Doss, 
Fairdale, Iroquois, Mercy Academy, Ninth & O, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, Western. 



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St. Xavier Region (Bro. Borgia, St. Xavier H.S.) 
— Atherton, Durrett, Moore, Sacred Heart, 
Southern, Thomas Jefferson. 

Westport Region (Coach Bob Thompson, 
Westport H.S.) — Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Seneca, Waggener, Westport. 

BOYS' CLASS A 

Daviess County Region (Coach Tony Rowe, 
Daviess Co. M.S.) — Bremen, Central City, Drakes- 
boro, Frederick Fraize, Graham, Greenville, Han- 
cock County, Hughes Kirk, Muhlenberg Central, 
Trinity (Whitesville) 

Christian County Region (Coach Ed Davis, 
Christian Co. H.S.) — Crittenden County, Ft. 
Campbell, Fulton County, Providence, St. Mary, 
Trigg County, Webster County, University Heights 

West Hardin Region (Coach Bobby Williams, 
West Hardin H.S.) — Bardstown, Barren County, 
Campbellsville, Caverna, Edmonson County, 
Green County, Kentucky Country Day, LaRue 
County, Metcalfe County, North Bullitt, Portland 
Christian, Tompkinsville, West Hardin, Hancock 
County, Immanuel Lutheran, Ft. Knox 

Covington Region (Coach Chuck Gullo, 
Highlands H.S.) — Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, 
Bishop Brossart, Covington Latin, Dayton, Gallatin 
County, Holy Cross, Ludlow, St. Henry, Silver 
Grove, Walton-Verona, Williamstown 

Mason County Region (Coach Terry Prather, 
Mason Co.) — Grant County, Mason County, Mays- 
ville, Owen County, Tollesboro, Gallatin County 

Harrison County Region (Coach Joe Judy, 
Harrison Co. H.S.) — Carroll County, Frankfort, 
Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, Millersburg 
Military Inst., Sayre, Spencer County 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon Bo- 
cock, Pulaski County H.S.) — Oneida Inst., Bell 
County, Garrard County, Model, Somerset, Wayne 
County, Corbin, Williamsburg 

Bath County Region (Prin. Ewell Smoot, Jr., 
Bath Co.) — Hazel Green, Lee County, Menifee 
County, Nicholas County, Rowan County, 
University Breckinridge, West Carter. 

Jenkins Region (Coach Steve Collins, Jenkins 
H.S.) — Betsy Layne, Buckhorn, Hazard, Jenkins, 
Knott County, Magoffin County, Paintsville, Phelps, 
Riverside Christian, Virgie, Wolfe County 

BOYS' CLASS AA 

Daviess County Region (Coach Tony 
Rowe, Daviess Co. H.S.) — Apollo, Daviess County, 
Henderson County, Ohio County, Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic, Madisonville. 

Christian County Region (Coach Ed Davis 
Christian Co. H.S.) — Calloway Co., Christian Co.,' 
Hopkinsville, Marshall County, Mayfield, Paducahi 
Tilghman, Union County. 

West Hardin Region (Coach Bobby Williams, 
West Hardin H.S.) — Bowling Green, East Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Grayson County, Meade County, 
Breckinridge Co., North Hardin, Warren Central 

Shelby County Region (Coach Larry Wingfield, 
Shelby Co. H.S.) — Adair County, Bullitt Central, 



Marion County, Oldham County, Shelby County, 
Taylor County, Nelson County 

Bath County Region (Prin. Ewell Smoot, Jr., 
Bath Co. H.S.) — Bath County, Bourbon County, 
Clark County, Montgomery County, Scott County 

Harrison County Region (Ath. Dir. Joe Judy, 
Harrison County H.S.) — Bryan Station, Estill 
County, Franklin County, Henry Clay, Jessamine 
County, Lafayette, Laurel County, Tates Creek, 
Clark County, Harrison County 

Covington Region (Coach Chuck Gullo, 
Highlands H.S.) — Boone County, Campbell 
County, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, High- 
lands, Holmes, Lloyd, Newport, Pendleton County, 
Simon Kenton, Newport Catholic, Scott 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon 
Bocock, Pulaski Co. H.S.) — Boyle County, Dan- 
ville, Knox County, Lincoln County, Madison 
Central, Pulaski County, Whitley County, Laurel 
County, McCreary County 

Boyd County Region (Eugene Clark, Boyd 
County H.S.) — Boyd County, East Carter, Greenup 
County, Paul Blazer, Russell, Sheldon Clark, Lewis 
County 

BOYS' CLASS AAA 

Central Region (Earl Henderson, Central H.S.) 

— Ahrens, Butler, Central, Evangel, Male, Manual, 
Shawnee 

Stuart Region (Coach Wayne Burke. Stuart 
H.S.) — Bishop David, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, 
Iroquois, Ninth & O, Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, 
Valley, Western 

St. Xavier Region (Bro. Borgia, St. Xavier H.S.) 

— Atherton, Durrett, Moore, St. Xavier, Southern, 
Thomas Jefferson 

Westport Region (Coach Bob Thompson, 
Westport H.S.) — Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Trinity, Waggener, Westport, 
Walden 

RATINGS ON 
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on basketball 
officials registered with the K. H.S. A. A. during 1978-79: 

REGION I 

McGinty, L. V. Jr.; Poe, Buddy; Cash, Charles; Green, Don; 
Miller, Harold; Jackson, Dennis; Higdon, Sam; Geurin, 
Joe; Mills, Dwight; Purcell, Ken; Morris, Bobby; Wilfred, 
Shirley; Murt, Gene; Harper, James; Carter, Mike; 
Featherstone, Jerry; Henson, Don; Stokes, Cubb; Finley, 
Howard; Perry, James, Van Hooser, Philip; Gilliam, Steve; 
Spahr, David; Saylors, Carlee; Paitsel, Jim; Guthrie, 
Gilliam; Latham, Billy; Anderson, Mike; Burkeen, Tony; 
Pruitt, Greg; Sanders, Don; Jones, Bob; Williams, Greg; 
Polivick, Dewayne; Stovall, Gary; Harper, Jewell; Keeling, 
Reuben; Henson, Tony; BIythe, John; Hargrove, David; 
Vincent, Gary; Outland, Stan; Peeples, David; Akins, 
Clyde; Crittenden, David; Sims, Mike; Bennett. Johnny; 
Boykin, Arthur; Stallons, Caria; Hollingsworth, Gary; 
Majors, Jeff; 

REGION II 

Moser, Rudy; Beshears, Jim; Browning, Wayne; Holt, 
Robert; Colley, Lynn; Littlepage, Pryce; Hammons, 
Norman; Cox, Rufus; East, Bill; Davis, Jay; Ward, Bob; 
Crouse, Jim; Holmes, Eddie; Rogers, Eldridge; Wooton, 



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George; Burton, Bill; Goldey, Bill; Boisture, Roy; Gates, 
Bill; Bernardini, Bruno; Mitchell, Curtis; Holt, Ron; 
Vaughn, Ron; Ringstaff, Roy; Knauer, Glen; Matthews, Art; 
Peden, Harlan; Crick, Dwaine; Parrent, Kenny; Bugg, 
James; Stone, Sid; Stone, Ken; Thompson, David; Griffith, 
Mike; 

REGION III 

Montgomery. Chet; Barnes, Barry; Hill, James; Hutchins, 
Jim; Long, Jim; Divine, Wayne; Eades, Mark; Wilson, Ken; 
Everly, Phyllis; Estes, Walter; Jackson, Ed; Day, Jack; 
Jones, Ken; Nash, Rick; Thomas, Dueward; Harrison, Tim; 
Thomson, Cecil; Barnes, Conard; Howard, Dwight; Fox, 
Joan; Etienna, Don; Everly, Randy; Evans, Lewis; Stokes, 
Tom; Grant, Neil; Askin, Ray; Read, Ray; Knight, Gary; 
Harbin, David; Barnes. Roger; Mattingly, Terry; Porter, 
Greg; Whitwell, Debbie; Forsythe, Noel; Coppage, Hugh; 
Crick, James; Quisenberry, David; 

REGION IV 

Gorrell. Howard; Sears, Wilson; McCarley, John; Murrell, 
Allen; Meadors, Bill; Cobb, Mike; Stevenson, Mike; Long. 
Bill; Long. Steve; Vance, Hunter; Burkeen, Phil; Webster, 
Norman; Phillips, Harold; Lamastus, Randall Raymer, 
Don; Curry. Randell; Brown. Mike; Brown. Rickie; Chaffin. 
John; Brantley, Del; Appling, James; McPherson, Lanny; 
Miller. Rick; Holt. Larry; Anderson. Ralph; Hamm. Ritchie; 
Williams. James; Hamm, Gerald; Smith, Bruce; Rogers, 
Ralph; Proffitt, Carlie; Jennings, James; Troxall. Keith; 
Branstettler. Elwood; 

REGION V 

Durbin. Hade; Spencer. Irv; Stikeleather. Clyde; Wilson, 
Paul; Gilbert, Jerry; Ronnie Myers; Morse, Richard; Cross, 
Roger; Williams. Bobby; Skaggs. Robert; Spalding. 
Randall; Hawkins. Donald; Downs. Joe; Winfrey, Shelby; 
Skaggs, Bobby; Gardner, Gary; Wade, Sharon; Vinson, 
Ray; Cravens, Bob Jr.; Hilton, Billy; Frazier, Mac; Bone, 
Gerald; Vincent, Jack; Shearer, Robert; Cook, Preston; 
Gaddie, Gary, Shaw, Don; Wright, Gary; Strain, Richard; 
Bartley, Joe; Houk, Jackie; Baker, William A.; Gupton, 
Lawrence; Revis. David; Allen, Tom; Rice, Willard; Schultz, 
Larry; Edwards. Wayne; Whitley. Kim; Williams, Buford; 
Warfield, Jerry; Wade, Charles; Meredith, Eric; Embry, 
John; Grume. Jane; Bohanon, Alan; Beard, Dusty; Sapp. 
Ema: Crutcher. Paul; Allen, Jeff; Thomas, Mike; Gupton, 
George; Thomas. John; Crutcher. Marion, Hayes, David; 
Smith, Beverly; Stewart, William J.; Hawkins, Stewart; 
Crump, Edward; Moore, Jim; Aldridge, Vern L.; Shive, 
Douglas; 

REGION VI AND VII 

Liedtke, Joe; Bell. Clarence; Murphy. Mike; Brothers 
Dottie; Hourigan. Jim; Sims. Frank; Driskell, Earl; Monks 
Ron; Baker, Jan; Stovall, Kathy; Weihe. Bob; Coffman 
Steve; Gentry. Dale; Newton. Dennis; Redle. Joel; Bell 
Ron; Bush, Karmen; Hackett. Wilbur Sr.; Brockman. Ken 
Eaves. Jim; Meredith, Billy; Tindall, Cliff; Williams, Becky 
Croft, Frank; Gatterdam, Ed; Thomas, Bill; Thompson 
Beth; Thompson, Gerald; Clark, Ken; Emmons, Guy 
Bryant, Jim; Duvall, Tom; Jansen, Jean; Shutte, Bruce 
Cecil, Ron; Compton, Al; Hatfield, Robert; Ogden, Paul 
Sigler, Susie; Taylor, Don; Hourigan, Tim; McAnally, Tom 
McPike, Ray; Pearl, George; Strong, Charles; Szyper 
Dick; Hammock, Don; Jones, Alex; Kazunas, Jerry 
Loeser. Al; Durbin. Roy; Head. Jack; Wheeler. Low 
Decker. Jim; Whitley. Sharon; Bibb. Ennis; Reader. Bob 
Biter. Charlie; Fuchs. Martha; Hill. Sue; Hoben. Mary Jane 
Lambert. Irv; Stober, Martha; Kistner. Gary; Brown. Judy 
Wise. Gaila; Stuedle. Ray; Brewer, Charles, Heckel, Rick: 
Gillespie, Vickie; Heckel, Charles; Ritchie, Bill; Weber, 
Tom; Bain, Stanley; Baldwin, Dennis; Funk, Carol; Hickey 
Tom; Penner, Dan; Shepherd. Larry; Hatfield, Dan; Morris 
Larry; Atzinger, Phyllis; Nelligan, Mike; Shake, Kenneth 
Holt, Tim; Stephenson, Joe; Westerman, Carol; Barton 
Ron; Blandford, Jean; Effinger, Sherry; Marquart, Jerry 
Allen, Phillip; Avard, Ralph; Beck, Bob; Marquette, Ralph 



Schartzer. Steve; McGavic. Ron; Minnard. Lonnie; 
Bertrand. Earl; Featherstone, John; Hilpp. Louis; Houser. 
Nancy; King. Chester; Klausing, Don; Kloufetos. Louis; 
Owens, Dann; Henry, Dennis; Selby, John; Carey, James; 
Coffman, John; Cromer, Dan; Anderson. Dan; Bovinet, 
Gerald; Davis, Tom; 

REGION VIM 

Stethen. Jim; Radjunas, John; Dyke, Dean; Gordon, Roy 
T.; Taylor, Bill; Feger, George; McMillln, Larry; Lee, David; 
Wood, Gary; Williams, Gary; Williams. Donnie; Morris, J. 
C; Hicks. Gene; Dant. Joe; Jackson, Steve; Camacho, 
Marcus; Stark, Doug; Johnson, Gayle; Sanders, John 
David; Peyton. William; Maddox. Bobby; Riley. Robert A.; 
Harp. David; Shain. Debbie; Hedges. Dennis; Doll. Allen; 
Dixon. Oscar; Simms. Eric; Stark Allen; Thornberry. Gary; 
Davis. John B.; Studle. Ronald; Davis. Bobby; Crabb. 
John; Isham. Buford; Louden, Woody; Stethen, Mike; 
Congleton. Jay; Penney, Emily; Yancey, Delbert; 

REGION IX 

Hummel, Tom; Moore, Bud; Sullivan, Dan; Moore, Bob 
Vories, Dick; Smith. Bill; Thompson. Tom; Freppon. Tom 
Collins. Ron; Roesel. Joseph; Weyer. Jim; Uriage. Dick 
Rich. Dennis; Liggett. Ernie; Vories. Kent; Haas. Tom 
Vories. Gary; Wolfe, Dennis; Bishop, Paul; Peeno, Harry 
Bertsch, Ron; Gabbard. Raymond; Grieme. William 
Arnold, Jim; Fisk, Rodney; Swope, Tom; Lehkamp, Ken 
Weinel, Timothy; Buerger, Timothy; Perry, Charles 
Dennedy, Bob; Shields, Donald; Brown, Steve; Schneider 
Don; Chappie, Charles; Hummel, Joseph Jr.; Denham 
Alan; Thompson, Jerry; Douthwaite, Don; Huber, Jerry 
Scott, Emmanual; Hickey, Thomas; Grefer, Thomas 
McCarthy. Steve; Bond. Terry Lee; Mohr. Thomas; Rouse 
Thomas; Burkhart. Robert; Welder. Paul; Carr, Larry 
Flesch, Jerry; Meyer, David; Dierig, Thomas; Gregg 
Lonnie; Jent, Richard; Whitney, James; McDowell, Benny: 
Florence, Joe; Yelton, Nick; Switzer, Richard; Hegarty, 
Thomas; Stoker, Steven; Morris, Edward; Hill. Marshall 
Cooper. John; Ellis. Ken; Shipp. David; Schomaker. Chas: 
Mueller. Ken; Coleman. Ronald; Rappold. Allen; Darnell 
Nicholas; Tucker, Joseph; Brockman, Thomas; Wright 
Robert; Kremer, Michael; Modrell, Garry; Ponchot, Joe 
Kristof, David; Fritz, Timothy; Heilman, Glenn; Noll, John 
Baker, James; 

REGION X and XI 

Hampton, Doug; Jenkins, Jerry; Devary, Bill; Middleton, 
John; Bair, David; Johnson, Jim; Sellier, Ed; Kemper. 
Nancy; Long. Bob; Maines. George; Cox. Ken; Lusby. 
George; Shuck. Tommy; Thompson. Tommy; Williams, 
Roger; Johnson, Harry; Adams, Beverly; Raybourne, Pat; 
Hughes, Brenda; Blodgett, Marianna; Bell, Henry; 
Thompson, Joe; McClure, Jerry; Brock, Jack; Bramble, 
Jim; Pickrell, Jerry; Yeager, Sherry; Johnson, Jerry; Call, 
Barbara; Turpin, Ron; Turpin, Don; Byars, Don; Ebel, Jack; 
Carpenter, Jasper; Walton, Roy; Boucher, Larry; Brown, 
Scoop; Wade, Kent; Holt. Terrell; Eads, Ron; Hart. Peggy; 
Chasteen. Rick; Leber, Jerry; Thompson, Gary; Sparrow. 
John; Mullins. Bill; Craig. Ron; Straus. Bill; Fritz, John; 
Rhodus, Harry; Morris, Andy; Morgan, Chuck; Brown, 
Barry; Cornelison, Mike; Dobson, Barry; Smith, Ron; 
Billips, Doug; Denton, Calvin; Cox, Chuck; Votaw, Tony; 
Basler, Mel; Reffitt, Tom; 

REGION XIII 

Bruner, Jack; Seivy, Curt; Pietrowski, Paul; Centers, Mike; 
Maxey, Mike; Brock, John; Howard, Jim; Anders, Raliegh, 
Anders; Morgan, Richard; Stagnolia, Eugene; Jeffers, 
Steve; Cupp. Jackie; Smith. Benny; White, William; 
Rhodes, Cecil; Johnson, Mike; Ashurst, Mike; Hammons, 
George; Brown, Wendell; Fields, Rufus; Idol, Billy; 
Lawson, Sonny; Doizer, Dennis; Swafford, Bill; Carnes, 
Dwight; Owens, Ronnie; McCowan, Connell; Smith, Gary; 
Martin, Terry; Hubbard, Oscar; Hodges, Bill; Higgins, 
David; Evans, Alvin; Gambrel, Don; Gibbons, Mike; 
Hammons, Wendell; Bechner. Gene; Belcher, Otis; Hall, 



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Gary; Cooper. Mary; Pearson, William; Owens, Jerry; 
Osborne, Ronnie; Mosley, David; 

REGION XIV 

Allen, Doug; Allen, Yvon; Brewer, Jerry; Combs, Henry B. 
Dixon, Bill; Hall, Tommy; Jones, Denver; Kirk, Charles 
Brewer, Lloyd; Feltner, Danny; Gabbard, John E. 
Smallwood, Talmadge; Vanover, J. W.; Whitaker, Charles 
Cunningham, Bob; Polly, Rex; Campbell, Dester; Stacy 
Don; Thornsberry, Larry; Turner, Michael E.; Smith, Roy 
Mcintosh, Carl; 

REGION XV 

Collier, Burnard; Butcher, Steve; Hall, Bill; Runyon, 
Tommy; Copley, Sid; Bevins, Wally; Whitt, Mike; Daniels, 
Bob; Butcher, Doug; Kealthley, Jim; Duff, Birchell; Bogar, 
Darrell; Seavers, Joe; Casey, Ancil; Woosley, Darrell; 
Sammons. C. J.; Hall, Jack; Francis, Frankie; Allen, Brent; 
Thompson, Ronnie; Elswick, B. J.; Phillips, Gene; Wallen, 
Wendell; Bowling, Don; Combs, Sherman; Crisp, Jackie; 
Hopson, James; Duff. Patricia; Newsome, Cecil; Powell, 
Billy; Click, Edgle; Lawson, Ronald; Wright, Raleigh; Boyd, 



Tommy; Kessinger, Michael; Layne, Bert; McPeek, Roger; 
Newsome, Jerald; Tucker, Phillip; Johnson, John L.; 
Phillips, Thomas; Varney, Greg; Brody, Theresa; 
Hamilton, Paul; Spears, Ronnie; Hall, Omery C; Jenkins, 
Phillip; Looney, James; Parker, Lowell; Green, Jim; Castle, 
Banner; Watson, Stanton; Bell, Greg; May, Paul; Francis, 
Teresa; Goble, Kelly; Taylor, Ed; Stepp, James; 
Thompson, Robert; Whicker, Allen; Kelley, Dolph; 
Spurlock, Lamaar; Spurlock, Ellis; Davis, Wilson; 



REGION XVI 

Hardin, Don; Jackson, Bob; Collins, Hubert; Johnson, 
Walter; Moore, Marvin; Banks, Buddy; Kouns, Bob: 
Cundiff, Curt; McKenzie, Dwight; Radjunas, Ed; Ramey, 
Gary; McKenzie, Jim; Kirk, Walter; Asher, Ralph; Newman, 
Bill; Burch, Bill; Catron, Ken; Johnson, Lynn; Barker, 
Walter; Cotton, Carl; Ward, Nan; Dixon. Ron; Hyland, Dick; 
Phelps. Ray; Allen. Nelson; Simpson, Jim; Tuttle, John; 
Simpson. Deana; Wages, Bob; Browning. John; Hobbs, 
Charles; Cox, James; Phelprey. Paul; Plummer, Bill; 
Logan. Mike; 



Forty-Sixth Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Boys 

University of Kentucky — Lexington, Kentucky — June 1-2, 1979 



SINGLES 



QUARTER 

D- Beckman (Trinity) FINALS 





G Frotin (Lloyd) 


Beckman 


SbMI- 
FINALS 

Beckman 


FINALS 

Beckman 




6-2, 6-3 




M Cooper (St Mary) 






6-0; 6-0 
Clements 






Dubilier 




G. Dubilier (Tales Creek) 


6-0; 6-0 




J. Moorin (Central) 


T. Clements (Highlands) 


Clements 


6-4. 6-3 
Schechter 






J, Moorin (Central) 


6-4. 3-6, 6-3 




T. Leveronne (B.D ) 


6-3, 6-3 






M Randolpfi (U Breck) 








M. Randolph (U. Breck) 






B. Warner (Murray) 


6-0: 6-1 


Randolph 


6-4, 6-1 
Urbach 




C. Gibson (Model) 








C Gibson (Model) 


6-2, 6-3 




B- Hanks (Marion) 


6-3. 6-2 






J. Cohen (Tales Creek) 




Schechter 




J, Cohen (Tales Creek) 




1-6: 6-1 6-3 


R. Ecarma (Doss) 


6-3. 6-1 


Cohen 




T Pennington (MadVille) 








T Pennington (Mad.) 


6-2. 6-4 




M Fones (F -Simp) 


6-7; 7-6; 6-4 






R Urbach (Atherlon) 








R- Urbach (Atherlon) 




6-4; 6-2 
Schechter 




W. Buckman (Marion) 


6-0: 6-0 


Urbach 






G Hill (Henderson Co ) 




6-3, 6-3 










J, Watson (Model) 


Watson 


6-3: 6-3 






R Cortmas (Rowan) 


6-0; 6-1 




S. Underwood (Glasgow) 






6-2; 6-3 




1. Schechter (Ballard) 


Schechter 




6-2; 6-0 





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1979 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 

Henderson County Team Winners 

Ballard Singles Winners 





Left to Right: Team Winners, Bobby Montgomery, Tom Scott (Henderson County High School). 
Ira Schechter, singles winner, Ballard High School. 



DOUBLES (Boys) 





QUARTER- 
FINALS 

Trinity 


SEMI- 
FINALS 










Marion Co. 






Trinity 








6-1; 6-3 
Woodford Co. 


FINALS 

Woodford Co. 










St. Xavier 










0-6; 6-3; 7-5 










Woodford Co. 








Western 


6-1; 7-5 












Woodford Co. 


4-6: 6-0; 6-4 
Danville 






Henderson Co. 


Danville 


6-2; 6-2 






Bath County 


6-7; 6-4; 6-4 
Lloyd 






Lloyd 






Russellville 


6-0; 2-6; 6-2 
Henderson Co 


Henderson Co. 








Lloyd 


6-1; 6-0 
Mayfield 










6-1: 6-0 










Henderson Co. 










6-1; 6-3 



















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Page Eleven 



1979 NATIONAL FEDERATION FOOTBALL 



Early Season Questions 

EDITOR'S NOTE; These Interpretations of the 1979 
National Federation Football Rules do not set aside nor 
modify any rule. They are made and published by the 
National Federation of State High School Associations In 
response to situations presented. 

Brice B. Durbin, Editor 
National Federation Publications 

PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS 

RULE BOOK 

Page 10 Re-letter Items "e" through "j" to "f" through "k". 

Page 17 Fourth line change rule reference to7-2-2. 

Page 22 3-4-2 revise last sentence to read: "when the 
clock has been stopped for delay of game and 
the penalty is accepted, or for any, etc. " 

Page 29 SECTION 2, Art. 1, change rule reference to 
10-2-1. 

Page 37 In Penalty at bottom of page change signal for 
illegal shift (Art. 5) from S4 to S3. 

Page 39 PENALTY, change signal for illegal pass from 
S26 to S27. 

Page 48 SECTION 5-PENALTY change signal for Illegal 
participation (Art. 1, 2, & 3) from S9 to S4. 

Page 62 FUNDAMENTAL 43 Insert after "any live ball 
foul (except "fouls wtiicti occur simultaneously 
witti the snap or free kick, 
or 

CASE BOOK 

Page 8 Second line in 1st RULING substitute "which" 
for "either" to read, "in wtiicti case the down will 
be replayed, etc." 

Page 17 PLAY 1-5-1 C in 4th line change "runner" to 
"rubber". 

Page 30 PLAY 3-3-4D in 2nd line of Ruling delete "otfier 
than during a kick" and add to end of ruling, 
"other than a deliberate foul by the kicking team, 
and the penalty is not declined." 

Page 66 PLAY 9-3-4C In second last line change "R's 
ball" to "K's ball 4th and 5." 

SIMPLIFIED AND ILLUSTRATED 

Page 95 Substitute "not" for "rest" In second line of top 
caption. 

Page 117 Last line of bottom caption change "spat" to 
"spot". 

Page 126 Revise second sentence in bottom caption by 
inserting the underlined, "For this non-player 
foul that occurs out-of-bounds during the down, 
the spot of the foul is considered to be at the 
intersection of ttie inbounds line and the yard- 
line extended. Delete: "the previous spot". 

1. PLAY: With 15 seconds remaining in the second 
quarter, 81 is guilty of piling on after an advance by A1. 
After administering the penalty, the referee declares the 
ball ready-for-play and winds the clock. Before team A 
puts the ball in play, time expires. 

RULING: the half Is over and the penalty will be 
administered on the succeeding kickoff. (3-3-3) 

2. PLAY: A1 is downed and B2 piles with 5 seconds 
remaining In the 2nd or 4th quarter. After enforcement 
referee starts clock and (a) time expires before the ball Is 
snapped or (b) A hurries to the line and snaps the ball 
before time expires. 

RULING: In (a) since the dead ball foul followed the 
last timed down of the 2nd or 4th period Bwill be penalized 
1 5 yards at the start of the 2nd half or If at the end of the 4th 
quarter and the score Is tied the penalty will be enforced to 
start the overtime. In (b) the penalty is enforced as part of 
the 2nd or 4th quarter. 

COMMENT: Officials must enforce the foul as part of 
the period since they have no way of knowing if the run by 
A1 Is the last down of the period or not. If It is not, the 



penalty has been enforced. If it is the last timed down, then 
rule 3-3-3 is invoked. 

3. PLAY: Prior to the game the umpire asks the 
coach whether he has any players that will be wearing 
special pads or braces that should be inspected? The 
coach informs the official he does have a boy wearing a 
New Lenox De-rotational knee brace designed and 
approved by an Orthopedic Surgeon. Upon inspection the 
knee brace is found to have a piece of metal that passes 
over the front of the leg both above and below the knee. 
The coach explains that the metal is covered and padded 
and It has been approved by the athlete's physician. 

RULING: The brace is illegal and may not be worn. 
(1-5-3d). 

COMMENT: Rule 1-5-3d Is quite specific in 
prohibiting knee, elbow, hand, wrist or forearm guards, or 
braces made of sole leather, plastic, metal or other hard 
substance, even ttiough covered with soft padding. It does 
allow the traditional hinged knee brace (with metal 
supports at the lateral and medial sides of the knee) If 
properly covered and with no metal in front of the knee. No 
coach, official, or physician has the authority to set aside a 
playing rule. The fact the brace may be worn by players at 
other levels of competition, also has no bearing on the 
case. 

4. PLAY: On 4th and goal from the 5 yard line, the 
ball is declared ready for play with the nose of the ball just 
touching the 5 yard line. Following A's incomplete pass, B 
takes over and the referee places the ball in line with the 
down box as it was prior to A's 4th down incomplete 
forward pass, i.e. with the foremost point (nose) of the ball 
on the 5 yard line. 

RULING: This is incorrect. When a team falls to reach 
its line-to-gain on a 4th down run, the foremost point of the 
ball at the time it became dead would become the rear 
point when direction of the offense is changed, and after a 
4th down incomplete pass, the ball is placed "as it was at 
the start of the down" (or previous 4th down play). Unless 
the 4th down play resulted in a touchback or safety, or A 
reached its line-to-gain, team B will gain approximately 
1 1 W (the length of the football) in field position, and the 
down box will invariably have to be moved. Following a 
touchback or safety the ball is placed with its foremost 
point touching the 20 yard line. 

COMMENT: Many officials seem to find it convenient 
to merely reset the line-to-gain chains following an 
incomplete 4th down pass by using the previous line of 
scrimmage (down box) as the position for the rear stake 
when the direction is changed. This is not supported by 
rule 5-3-3. 

5. PLAY: K's punt is caught by R1 at the 50. On the 
runback K2 and R2 get in a shoving match at the 30 
yardline, after which there is clipping by R3 at the 15 
yardline prior to R1 going out-of-bounds at the 5 yardline. 

RULING: If R accepts K'sfoulatthe30it automatically 
makes this a double foul situation and the down will be 
replayed. If R declines the penalty for K's foul at the 30, the 
penalty for R's foul at the 30 will take the ball to K's 45 
where it would be 1st and 10 for R. (10-2-lc). 

6. PLAY: There are 28 seconds remaining in the 4th 
quarter following Al's touchdown which put team A in the 
lead 7 to 6. Team B has no time-outs remaining. K's kick- 
off is returned to R's 30. During the kick, R2 blocks below 
the waist. Following the 15 yard penalty, administered 
from the previous spot, the clock starts with the ready-for- 
play signal with 23 seconds remaining. K allows the clock 
to expire. The referee announces there will be an 
untimed down because the penalty was accepted for the 
defensive foul by Ron the last-timed down of the period. K1 
now places the ball on the hash mark and deliberately 
kicks the ball out-of-bounds. 

RULING: The game is over. (3-4-2b, 2-4-c, 6-1-8) 
COMMENT: Kicking the ball out-of-bounds 
deliberately is not afoul. Ordinarily the "penalty" for a free 
kick going out-of-bounds would be to award the ball to R 
10 yards behind its free kick line. 



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7. PLAY: With 4th and goal on B's 2, and priortothe 
snap, (a) B1 strikes A1 who then hits B1, or (b) A1 strikes 
81 who then hits A1, or (c) A1 and B1 are fighting and the 
officials cannot determine who struck the first blow. 

RULING: Since all dead ball fouls are enforced in the 
order of which they occur, in (a) penalize B to the 1 and A 
to the 16 making it 4th and 16for A. In (b) penalize A to the 
17 and then B to the 8V2 making it 4th and 8'/2 for A. In (c) 
since it can't be determined who fouled first, no yardage 
penalty will be enforced. In all cases A1 and 81 will be 
disqualified (10-2-4, and Case Book Play 9-3-2a and 9-3- 
2b). 

8. PLAY: Just after the ball is snapped, B1 illegally 
contacts snapper A2 with his forearm as quarterback A1 
moves down the line of scrim mage and (a) flips a backward 
pass to A3, or (b) hands the ball to A3. In both situations A3 
advances for a 30 yard gain. 

RULING: In (a) the foul occurred during a loose ball 
play (the backward pass behind the line and everything 
that preceded it). Since the penalty would be measured 
from the previous spot team A would undoubtedly decline 
the penalty, in (b) the penalty would be accepted because 
it occurred during a running play and would be enforced 
from the spot where the run ended (10-3-1 A, 10-3-2, 10-3- 
1b and 10-3-3). 



9. PLAY: While a scrimmage kick Is inflight beyond 
the line, R1 signals for a fair catch. The wind carries the 
kick behind the line where R2 or K2 recovers. R1 blocks 
above the waist (a) while the kick is still inflight, or (b) after 
the ball strikes the ground. 

RULING: Illegal block in (a) or (b). 

COMMENT: Though R1 made a legal fair catch signal 
(while the ball was beyond the line) he cannot make a fair 
catch behind K's line (2-3-2). However, the kick would 
become dead when caught. (6-5-4). Whether a fair catch is 
made or not, R1 is still prohibited from blocking until the 
kick has ended following the legal fair catch signal (6-5-1 
and PS. 651A). 

10. PLAY: A1 advances for an apparent touchdown. 
During the run A2 clips, and time expires in the 2nd or 4th 
quarter. 

RULING: B will accept the penalty and the half will be 
over. 

COMMENT: After a penalty for a foul by the offense 
during the last timed down of either half, the down is not 
replayed, and no points scored by the offense during such 
downs are credited to them (3-3-3). 



FILMS 

The films listed below are In the Film Library of 
the University of Kentucky College of Education. 
The code letters "e,j.s,c,a" refer to elementary, 
junior high, senior high, college and adult 
audiences who may enjoy the particular film listed. 
The rental prices shown do not apply to schools 
which use one of the special subscription service 
plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. (Phone 606-258-2828). 

Football 
BALL HANDLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, 
$2.00. 

Fundamentals of ball handling are stressed; 
stance, grip, 'leel" of the ball, fingertip control 
adjustments before throwing or kicking, receiving 
passes from center or from a back, catching passes 
and punts, ways of carrying a ball, and chianging 
from one hand to another. Game shots are 
presented, using slow motion and stop action 
techniques, and superimposed animation to 
illustrate principles. 

BLOCKING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c, 1 reel, $2.00. 

Fundamentals of good blocking are taught in 
this film; position, speed, drive, follow-through, 
timing and body control. Describes shoulder and 
body blocks, demonstrating several varieties of 
these. Importance of good physical condition, 
practice, and experience are emphasized. Special 
photography used to illustrate different points. 
GOAL TO GOAL, 28 min.; color, $115.00; black & 
white, $75.00. 

This film provides a dramatic visual approach to 
a better understanding of the rules of football for 
players, coaches, officials and spectators. Special 



attention is given to the passing and kicking games 
as well as such other areas of the rules as blocking 
restrictions, snapping infractions, the neutral zone, 
legal and illegal shift and motion. 
PRECISION FOOTBALL is a 16mm, 28 minute, 
sound, color (or black and white) film. 

This film provides a new dimension to the 
understanding of the rules. It is designed for 
coaches, officials, players and fans, and promotes 
emphasis in the following areas: scrimmage 
violations, pass interference, encroachment, free 
kicks, false starts, live and dead ball fouls, butt 
clocking, face tacking, clipping, batting the ball, 
running plays and pass situations. This new motion 
picture will be an asset to any sports information 
library. 

POINT OF CONTACT — BLOCKING AND TACK- 
LING TECHNIQUES, 17min., color, 17mm., color, 
16mm. 

This picture was produced by the National 
Federation of State High School Associations to 
explain the rules relating to butt-blocking and face- 
tackling. The film uses all modern motion picture 
techniques including graphics, stop action and slow 
motion to explain the reason football rules 
committees are concerned with the techniques of 
butt-blocking and face-tackling. 
TACKLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel $2.00. 

Tackling properly is shown as the result of 
application of certain fundamentals: good physical 
condition, speed, body placement, drive, sure grip, 
timing, and body control. Shoulder and cross body 
tackles are demonstrated in various ways, with 
special instruction for safety and means of reducing 
shock. 



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2. He wins without boasting, he loses without excuses and he never quits. 

3. He respects officials and accepts their decisions without question. 

4. He never forgets that he represents his school. 

The Coach ... 

1. He inspires in his boys a love for the game and the desire to win. 

2. He teaches them that it is better to lose fairly than to win unfairly. 

3. He leads players and spectators to respect officials by setting them a good 
example. 

4. He is the type man he wants his boys to be. 

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1979 CERTIFIED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 



Aldridge, James R. 
Allen, Arthur 
Allen, James E. 
Allgood, David A 
Ammerman, Robert P. 
Anders, Raleigh A. 
Arflin, Tracy T. 
Arthur, Paul 
Baldwin, Dennis E. 
Barbour, Ralph Barry 
Barney. Gregory R, 
Barnott, John R. 
Bartlett, Charles W. 
Batterton, Keith 
Bauman, Lawrence Cease 
Bell. Clarence T. 
Bell, Ronald Keith 
Bernardini. Bruno 
Bickel. Arthur Frank 
Blackford. Robert L. 
Bocook. Earl 
Bogar. Joseph D. 
Bond. Terry Lee 
Bottles. Donald W. 
Boyles. Jerry F. 
Bramble, James L. 
Brauch. Charles J. 
Brown. Herman G. 
Brown, John W. 
Brown. Martin J. Jr. 
Brown, Wendell 
Buckley, Robert S. Jr. 
Burgess, Oley 
Burrus, Lee Roy Jr, 
Carlson, David A. 
Carr, Billy W. 
Carr, Lawrence W. 
Clark, John E. 
Clements, William P. Jr. 
Clemmons. Sam P. 
Cline, Nick L. 
Coleman. Louis H. 
Colley. Lynn W. 
Collins. Ronald K. 
Conlin. Martin T. 
Cook. Richard N. 
Corbett. John Byron 
Craft. Albert B. 
Crutcher, John M. 
Crulcher. Paul M. 
Current. Ellis Ray 
Current. Robert O. 
Daopoulos. Jim 
Davis. Ralph C. 
Day. Richard W. 
Denton. William J. 
DeSensi, W,C- 
DeWees. William L. Jr. 
Downs. Gilbert 
Downs. Joseph W. 
Doyle. Danny K. 
Drake. Richard R. 
Duff. William C. 
Durden. John R. 
Easley. Dan W. 
Easterly. C- Thomas 
Eldridge. Wayne R. 
Elovitz, Carl J. 
Emmons, Guy W. 
Eubanks. William M. 
Ewen. George D. 
Ewing. Roger G. 
Fay. John C. 
Fenimore. Clarke E. 
Ferrell. Ronnie D. 
Finck. Dennis Hay 
Fish. Leiand G. 
Flynn. Bobby 
Frazer. Tom Roe 
Friedman. Charles M. 



Fryrear. Bill P. 
Fuchs. Charles 
Furlong. William E. 
Gallaher. Jack F. 
Gammon. William H. 
Gastineau. Joby A. Ill 
Gelbke. Gilbert M. 
Gentry. Dale J. 
Gettler. John F, 
Gfell. George V. 
Gibson. Richard L. 
Gilkerson, Pat H. 
Gober. John S. 
Gour. Bob 
Graas. Oscar L 
Graham. James E. 
Green, Donald P. 
Greenwell, Robert A. 
Grefer, Thomas J. 
Griffin, Powell Lynn 
Gutterman, James D. 
Guy, Newton S III 
Hackett, Wilbur L. Sr. 
Hadden, Newell 
Hagan, Michael J, 
Hall, Charles E. 
Hamby, Thomas E, 
Hammock, Don L. 
Hammons, George F. 
Hancock, Norbert E. 
Harris, David L. 
Harris, James D 
Hawkins, Donald H. 
Heaberlin, William Sr. 
Head, Lon E 
Hedge, David W. 
Helton, Leslie C. 
Henderson, Charles A. 
Hendon, L.J. 
Hillyer, Charles L, 
Hoffman, Thomas A, 
Holzknecht, Thomas E, 
Hopson, James E. 
Horsman. Bill 
Houchens. Tom M. 
Hunter. James 
Ishmael. Stephen A. 
Jackson. Ed 
Jacoby, Ben W. 
James. Harold E. 
Janes. Charles W. 
Jeffries. David T. 
Jensen. Edward A. Ill 
Johnson. Gordon M. 
Johnson. Harry A. 
Johnson. Larry J. 
Johnson. Ned Jr 
Johnson. Robert F. 
Jones. Denver 
Jones. Paul D. 
Jutz. Gerald 
Keller. Terry Joe 
Kemen. Jerry 
Kinslow. Bill 
Kirk. Charles F. 
Kirkland. John Drew 
Kirklin. Luther R. 
Klusman. Carl J. Jr. 
Kordenbrock. Joseph 8. 
Kouns. Robert H. 
Kraft. Henry Nellis 
Kuster. Thomas T. 
Lambert. Irvin 
Landers. John F. 
Lange. William E. Jr. 
Leahy. Martin Patrick 
Ledford, Tom 
Leneave. Robert E. 
Lenz. James W. 
Lile. Clyde F. 



Lilhe. William Westly 
Lindon. Bob 
Linkes, Clifford C. 
Logan. Michael 
Long, James E. 
Long, Scottie J. 
Looney, James Ona 
Lowe, Stanford F. 
Luckett, Paul J. 
Luckett, Thomas Edward 
Lusby, George H. 
Lykins. James O. 
Lynch. Lester F. 
McClure. Tom 
McConnell. J.D 
McCormick Don R, 
McFadden. Jimmie 
McGarey. Paul E. 
McGinty. L.V. Jr. 
McKinney. Adelle F. 
McMain, James A. 
McNay, James F, 
Martin, Paul J. 
Mayer. Edward A. 
Mayer. Joseph J. Jr. 
Meadors. William J 
Meinman. John R. 
Melson. Gary Bruce 
Menshouse. Larry K 
Mercker. George E 
Metzger. Donald R. 
Mick. Paul E. 
Mifflin. Charlie K. 
Minta. John H. 
Modrell. Garry W. 
Moody. W.R. 
Moore. Bud Franklin 
Moore. Phillip H. 
Moore. Robert W. Jr. 
Moore. William Kelly 
Morgan, Richard 
Morris, Edward C. 
Morse, Richard K. 
Murdach, Leslie 
Murray, Thomas W. 
Nelligan Michael L. 
Nethercutt, Bill 
Norwood, Thomas R. 
Omar, Max G. 
Osborne, Lonnie 
Osborne, Ted G. 
Osting, James E. II 
Osting, John Douglas 
Pace, Donald 
Page, James N. 
Parker, Bob L 
Passafiume, John J. 
Pate, Lloyd W, 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Perrin. James A. 
Pietrowski, Paul 
Pinkerman, Charles C. 
Pinson, Paul L, 
Pittman, Spencer R. 
Poole, Glenn 
Powers, Elmer 
Pugh, Robert B. 
Purcell, Michael R. 
Purwin, John Christian 
Quehl, Harry 
Rapp, William C, 
Rascoe Robert B, 
Rawdon, Richard M. Jr, 
Read, Frederick K. 
Reynolds, Elmer G 
Ring, William H. 
Roberts, James E. 
Roby, James B. 
Rose, Robert L Jr. 
Rosen, William H. 



Rouse, Thomas L. 
Russell, Gary E. 
Satterly, Grant G. 
Baylors, Carlee 
Schilling, Don L. 
Schmitt, Paul E. 
Schultz, Frank D. 
Scott. W.L. 
Sellinger. Robert M. 
Sesher. James T. 
Shreve, Tim 
Simms. Clarence E. 
Simpson, James H, 
Sizemore, Aster 
Sligh. Jim E 
Small. David E, 
Sohan. John Patrick 
South. Stanley P. 
Spath, William J. 
Staley. Jerry 
Stephenson. Harry S. 
Stikeleather. Clyde L. 
Stovall. Kenneth J. Jr. 
Strader. Timothy V. 
Strain. Richard P. 
Streible. Ronnie 
Streicher. Richard A, 
Stuedle, Raymond J. 
Stumbo. Jack 
Sutton. James A. 
Swarts, Joseph C. 
Swinford. John 
Tate. Ken Jr. 
Taylor. James R. 
Tharpe. Willie H. 
Thomas. Lyn H. 
Thomas. Paul R. 
Thomas. Raymond E. 
Thomas. Raymond Earl 
Thompson. Harrie G. 
Thompson, Tom D. 
Thompson, Victor Neil 
Thomson, Cecil W. 
Timmering, George E. 
Towe, Paul F. 
Trabue, Robert 
Trapp, Charles W, 
Treas, Joe W. 
Treibly, Chas. E. 
Trice, Victor K. 
Tuitele, Matthew V.L. 
Turley, A, Howard 
Tye, Josh 
Linage, Dick 
VanBogaert. Steve 
Vaughn, William E. Jr. 
Wade, Bill 
Waide, Harry D. 
Waldrop, Harold D, 
Walker, Joe D. 
Wanchic, Nicholas 
Watson, James W. 
Weber, Thomas C. 
Wedge, Paul Denny Jr. 
Wells, Glenn M, 
Whelan, James F, 
White, John S. 
White, Russell D. 
Wilbert, Don 
Wilder, Jerry R. 
Willis, Donald A 
Winfrey, William Steve 
Wright, Howard L. 
Wright, James Lloyd 
Wuertz, John R. 
Wyatt. Henry S. 
Yates George A. 
Zimmer, Tom 
Zobb, Joe F. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucl(y High Schooi Athletic Association 



VOL. XLII — No. 3 



OCTOBER, 1979 



$1.00 Per Year 



A MESSAGE 

from 

Brice B. Durbin 

The National Federation membership and 
headquarters staff are firm in the belief that 
interscholastic activities programs are essential to 
the education of most youth and, therefore, are an 
integral part of high school curricula. We consider 
interscholastic activities to be laboratory courses in 
human relations as well as physical and emotional 
development. We believe the programs are 
unmatched in the economic efficiency with which 
they educate boys and girls. 

High school activities programs will attract more 
than 1 million participants this year. Nearly 50% of 
the student body of most schools will be involved in 
some phase of the interscholastic program. 

In virtually all of these schools, the 
interscholastic activities program will require a 
school board subsidy of less than 1% of the total 
school budget. That includes equipment, supplies, 
transportation, coaches salaries and a portion of the 
utility bills. 

Fifty percent of the students at one percent of 
the budget: that could be the best bargain in public 
education, and it's the kind of accountability in 
education which the public is demanding. Rather 
than being squeezed out of school programs, 
interscholastic activities programs should be held 
up to communities as model programs for these 
times. — Executive Secretary. National Federation 
of State High School Associations. 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 

COACHES ASSOCIATION 

Regular Meeting 

June 8, 1979 Gait House 

The annual meeting of the Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association was convened in the 
Kings Head Room of the Gait House in Louisville, 
Kentucky on Friday afternoon at 2:30 P.M. with the 
following officers in attendance: Al Prewitt, 
president; newly elected president Garland "Corky" 
Miller; Joe Ohr-secretary-treasurer and Bob Miller, 
ex-president. 

Joe Ohr gave the invocation. 

Al Prewitt in introducing the new president 
Garland Miller, praised his preceding officers for 
their cooperation during his four years as a member 



of the Executive Board. 

The minutes of the 1978 regular meeting had 
been published in the Athlete and on motion by 
Wilson Sears and a second by Gary Schaffer, the 
reading was dispensed with. 

The secretary-treasurer gave a detailed 
accounting of the financial statusof the All-Starand 
the Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
bank accounts. The report was presented from an 
audit prepared by a Certified Public Accountant. On 
a motion by Gary Schaffer and a second by Jack 
Upchurch, the report was accepted. 

Bob Miller explained the new Constitution of 
the Association — actually the revision — which 
required a considerable amount of time to update. 
The new constitution was accepted by motion of 
Julian Cunningham and seconded by Bill Fry and a 
unanimous vote of those present. 

President Garland Miller explained the attempt 
to provide $100,000 catastrophic insurance on all 
athletes and noted that coaches accompanying the 
members of a team were not covered by the 
insurance, stated that Commissioner Tom Mills of 
the Kentucky High School Athletics Association is 
attempting to secure a policy which would cover the 
coaches with catastrophic msurance plus liability 
insurance with the payment of a $1 .00 or $1 .50 from 
each member of the Kentucky High School 
Coaches Association. With the above benefits in 
mind, a motion by Stan Hardin and Second by Gary 
Schaffer that the annual dues be increased to $5.00, 
and a life membership be increased to $15.00, 
effective March 1, 1980. The measure passed 
unanimously. 

The coaches of the All-Star games received no 
salary for their services this year. The feeling of the 
members present was that an award of some kind be 
given the coaches. On motion by Bill Fultz and 
second by Jack Upchurch, that the Executive 
Committee be empowered to secure suitable 
awards. 

Bill Fultz, president of the Kentucky Basketball 
Coaches Association, spoke to the group 
concerning Jim Richards, executivesecretary of the 
K.B.C.A. being given a direct line to the 
Commissioners regarding basketball problems. On 
a motion by Bill Fultz and a second by "Jeep" Clark 
the motion passed that Richards be approved as a 
representative of the Kentucky High School 
Coaches Association to contact the Commissioner 
and the Board of Control of the K.H.S.A.A. 
regarding such basketball problems. 

Stanley Hardin, basketball coach at Fairdale 
was elected sergeant-at-arms of the K.H.S.C.A. by 
acclimation. 

The meeting adjourned at 4:30 P.M. 



Page Two THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1979 

OCTOBER, 1979 VoL XLII, No. 3 TOMMY STARNS FUND 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky _ 

High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, Early this school year Tom Starns who has been 

560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 7280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. working with the youth of Central Kentucky for 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. nearly 20 years underwent surgery While the 

Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided c,,r^«r>, ...o^ ,«:„«,, ^™„ i:^„* „„„ * i i 

for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized surgery was minor some complications took place 

May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. which has left Coach Starns in the Hospital. Almost 

Editor TOM MILLS a month has passed and he is still in the Duke 

Assistant Editor ^ . JEAN BATSEL University Hospital in Durham, North Carolina. It 

Assistant Editor BR G D L. DeVR ES i i „ ii u -n »■ . i.^,_ 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT ^°°^^ ^^^^ ^^ *'" continue to be there for a while. 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE To help defray some of the tremendous 

Lexington, Kentucky expenses a Tommy Starns Fund has been 

BOARD OF CONTROL established. Friends, parents of students, students 

President .... Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville themselves have expressed an interest to help. If 

Vice Pres. . Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville you would like to help send your contribution to 

Directors .... Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg; Tommy Starns Fund - c/o Lexington Catholic 

Pete Gngsby 1978-1980 McDowell; Robie Harper, Jr. Lj|r,h ooi^n r-io,,^ mn □ ^ i • ? ,^ . , 

(1979-1983) Drakesboro; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), '/'S'^' ^^^° "^'^^^ "^i" ^°^'^- Lexington, Kentucky 

Louisville; J, D. Minnehan (1978-1982), LaGrange; 40503. 

Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington; D. J. Ramsey . 

(1978-1982), Louisville; Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) .,, ,. ^nr ■ i i 

Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education Alteniion UtTICiaiS! 

representative. The attention of all registered K.H.S.A.A. 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year football, basketball, wrestling and baseball officials 

is called to By-Law 28, Section 9, which provides 

From the Commissioner's Office that the official shall be supplied with an emblem 

—^-^——^^^^^^^—^————^^^-^^ which he shall wear on his shirt sleeve. The emblem 

Basketball Assigning Secretaries is to be worn on the left shoulder shirt sleeve 

Fourteen assigning secretaries have been approximately one and one-half inches below the 

named to serve as rules interpretators for the six- shoulder seam. The rectangular emblems are of 

teen regions. In addition he will assist in recruiting hese co ors; green for the registered offlCla^ red 

new officials and in the assignment of officials. The ^°' ^^^ approved and blue for the certified . It 

names of the assigning secretaries with the resi- '^°^.^ "^^ ^^"^ ^^,^ ^^^' °" '* f° *^,t " ^ ^^^ 's, "°t 

dence and business phone numbers, (Business ";".'*^^ *° ^ ^"^9'^ s«^^°" ^"^'^^^ *^^ s<^*"^ °^ *^^ 

numbers are given first), are as follows; official changes^ 

Rex Alexander, 1320 Wells Blvd., Murray, 767-6826, c^^°"'[]'^''^,^'^.''"'l°T/'! ^' .° kT/, 

753 3579 Football — blackand whitestriped shirt (long or 

Clyde f" Lile, Route 6, Hopkinsville, 886-2433, 886- "^"f t'^^"^^'' ^J^?) ''f f ,!'' ?P *'!'' Z^'^^ P'P'''^/ 

ccQ/1 white knee pants, black belt, black stockings, black 

, , , 

Jerry Kimmel, Box 86, Beechmont, Home 476-2656 ^ ^ ^? *u "^f^/n x u, , ^ u. . ,. 

BobGour, P.O. Box 1409, Bowling Green, 842-8175, ^. ,^f ^^^^^^" }^°^^^ 7 ^^^"^^ ^"^ "^^'^^ "^^'P^^ 

843-9582 (short sleeves, long sleeves by special 

u^,.,o.^ r-o,^ . ann n,^ „„ i „i,„ d ^ r=. permission), black troussrs, black belt, black shoes 

Howard Gardner, 829 Freeman Lake Road, Eliza- hi 

bethtown, (Home) 765-6273 ^"° o ^^^'.u ,, ,r^- , ^ u, , ^ u* . ■ ^ 

□„*„n^t.i„ 1 -ici/(o„ ^ „i r-, 1 11 coo Basketball (Girls) — black and white striped 

Pete Mattmgly, 1514 Cardinal Drive. Louisville, 582- ■_• ^ , l. .. / i ■ ■_ ■ i 

3311 4S9-5793 (short sleeves, long sleeves by special 

n 1.,- 'u ." o »L-i L- /. . V r,Ar ,-r..r, pBrmission), black slacks, black belt, black shoes 

Roy Winchester, Bethlehem, (Home) 845-5040 . . 

BobMiller, 197 Holiday Lane, Ft. Thomas, 635-4161, ana laces 

441-5885 Baseball — navy blue or black trousers, black 

Lj . o 1^ u I J >«/• u » r,r.o athletic leathershoes (not football shoes), navy blue 

3oJo 744^785 ^^'^'^"^' Winchester, 293- ^^^, ^^ .^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ 3^.^^ ., ^^^J^ ^^^^,^33 

Charley Hall, Rt. 2, Winter Hawk, Danville, 236-2604, l^^'*^ 'f' n '* ""^^''"^ ''T °' ^T.t^^' *^'^^ '^''* °^ 

236 8811 bases if all umpires are dressed the same, umpires 

Ray Canady, 228 Sycamore St., Barbourville, 546- T^ ^^P <"° P'^^T ^^P^)' Indicator and mask of 

' 546-4765 choice, inner protector or inflated protector (inflate 

n ot-,J~w n .^i r-i^i;,,^,,, a ,„ .11-7-in type if Official desires to purchase), black belt, black 

Don Stacy, General Delivery, Bonnyman, 41719, 'J^ , ,., , i- JL i. ^ \1- x 

439-1519 436-6209 shoe laces, black tie with white shirt. 

Paul Dotson, Box 83, Belfry, 353-7230, 631-1841 

Bobby Crager, 1703 Mary Ellen Dr., Flatwoods, CLINIC ATTENDANCE 

836-8186, 836-6069 

„„-.._. According to our records the following football 

TK u , „ u ►,■= ■,?■ , ;.J:, '!" A """^ . K .H officials have not attended the mandatory clinic as 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has printed a •_,,-,, ^r. r^ o _. •,. ^ , 

directory for 1979-80. Included in the directory is a calendar of required in ByLaw 28, SeC. 3, and Will not be per- 

events, a section on general information about the K.H.S.A.A. and a mitted to Officiate until they have attended a makeup 

listing of member schools and their personnel. Clinic; 

The Directory is available to coaches, officials and other 

interested persons at a fee of $2 00 plus postage of 40(t for one di- Aull, Stephen E., 4026 Frederice St., Owensboro, 

rectory. Please send check or money order to Directory, K.H.S.A.A. 42301 

Box 7280, Lexington. Kentucky 40522 g^^^ ^ee Jr., 203 Field St., Cumberland, Ky. 40823 



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Page Three 



Banbury, Jack R., 1705 Leestown Rd. #329, Lex- 
ington, 40505 
Bednat, Richard A., 3204 Tudor Dr., Lexington 

40503 
Bicl<el, Arthur Franic, 4910 Lea Ann Way, Louisville, 

40219 
Bolt, Donald Dee, Rt. 1, Box 836, Grayson, 41143 
Borders, Gary A., 1 04 S. Third, Apt. 207, Bardstown, 

40004 
Bracher, David R., R.R. #1, Gentryville, 47537 
Brown, Barry D., 330 Weil Lane, Nicholasville, 40356 
Bufford D. Roger, Rt. 2, Box 331 -Z, Kuttawa, 42055 
Burgess, Marvin L., R#8, Box 111, Bowling Green, 

42101 
Byrd, Jacky D., 6713 Seminole, Louisville, 40214 
Gann, Jimnny R., 215 McBroom Dr., Louisville, 40214 
Cassady, Glenn Homer, Inez, 41224 
Geaser, James A., 434 Rollingwood Cir., Fayette- 

ville, N.G. 28303 
Ghattin, Ernie, 615 17th St., Ashland, 41101, 324- 

2665 
Glark, Dennis R., P.O. Box 448, Barbourville, 40906 
Gombs, Harold A., General Delivery, Jeff, 41751 
Gombs, Ira D., General Delivery, Jeff, 41751 
Gook, Richard N., 50 Forest Ave., Ft. Thomas, 41075 
Gothern, Ricky D., 608 Village Dr., Franklin, 42134 
Curtsinger, John G., 574 Storey Ave., Harrodsburg, 

40330 
Daopoulos, Jim, 3675 Walden Dr., Lexington, 40503 
Deskins, Roger D., 1018 45th St., Ashland, 41101 
Droz, Lee A., P.O. Box 19, Inez, 41224 
Ducker, Larry K., 1292 B Dale Dr., Lexington 40502 
Duke, Edward Alan, N-1 Laurelwood Apts., Frank- 
lin, Tenn. 37064 
Edwards, Donald L., Box 275 E. Main, Sebree, 42455 
Paris, Leon W. 1 1 1 , 604 Severn Way, Lexington, 40503 
Fisher, Gerald W., 9005 Moonglow, Louisville, 40258 
Florini, Thomas B., 1326 Fontaine, Lexington, 40502 
Flynn, Tim J., 74 Miriam Drive, Florence, 41042 
Foster, Dale Gene, Rt. 5, Box 242A, Gharleston, 

W. Va. 25312 
Foster, James H., Box 901 Ghappsford, Gharleston, 

W. Va. 25312 
Gore, Bailey, 1603 Sunset, Murray, 42071 
Garven, William L. Jr., 2807 Gonroy PI., Louisville, 

40218 
Hardin, Gary, Box 536, So. Shore, 41175 
Hayes, David, Rt. 1, Box 369, Gampbellsville, 42718 
Henderson, Michael Ray, 4097 Forsythe Dr., Lex- 
ington, 40503 
Hensley, Hodaviah, Box 109, Warfield, 41267 
Hicks, L. Jack, 29 Avenel PI., Ft. Thomas, 41075 
Hillyer, Charles L., 201 Dalewood Dr., Glarksville, 

Tenn. 37040 
Hodges, Bill, 209 Beale St., Cumberland, 40823 
Kacprowski, Steve P., 951 Palatka Rd., Louisville, 

40214 
Lee, William A., Box #116, Wallins Creek, 40873 
Leiand, Lonnie L., 1857-A Ghatsworth Circle, Lex- 
ington, 40505 
Lewis, Leslie Eugene, 460 Rose Ln., Apt. 8, Lexing- 
ton, 40508 
Lockwood, Richard C, R.R. 5, Box 340, Harrods- 
burg, 40330 
Lowe, Ronald L., 6707 Stana Dr., Louisville, 40258 
Lyons, Ronald G., 3000 Winterhaven Rd., Louisville, 
40220 



McCourt, Lowell A., R.R. #3, Ironworks Est., 

Georgetown, 40324 
McDaniel, Kerry A., Rt. 2, Horse Cave, 42749 
McGrath, John R., 6221 Johnsontown Rd., Louis- 
ville, 40272 
Massey, William R., 7713 Jonquill Dr., Louisville, 

40258 
Mayer, Joseph J. Jr., 7512 Cedar Hollow Dr., Louis- 
ville, 40291 
Mendenhall, Paul L., 3366 Gove Lake Dr., Lexing- 
ton, 40502 
Meyer, Richard E., 454 Glenview Gt., Edgewood, 

41017 
Mick, Paul E., P.O. Box 191, Marion, 42064 
Mullins, Charles E., #864, U. of Louisville, Louis- 
ville, 40208 
Murray, Thomas W., 25 Ashton Rd., Ft. Mitchell, 

41017 
Obel, Dave 2335 Alexandria Pk. 44B, Southgate, 

41071 
Owens, Lewis Michael, 2824 Danpatch Dr., Lex- 
ington, 40505 
Pace, Donald, 3087 Cleveland, Lexington, 40511 
Pace, Kevin, Rt. 1, Box 294, Gorbin, 40701 
Patterson, William C., 108 Carlisle Ave., Greens- 
burg, 42743 
Pearson, Frank R., Box 217, Hewett, W. Va. 25108 
Peterson, Bill S., P.O. Box 667, Bardstown, 40004 
Rapp, Timothy, 2923 New Haven Gt., Flatwoods, 

41139 
Riley, Michael S., Route 1, Mayfield, 42066 
Runyon, Tommy D., Box 181, Belfry, 41514 
Sligh, Jim E., Rt. 7, Box 152, Ashland, 41101 
Spratling, Obie L., 416 N. Logsdon Pkwy., Radcliff, 

40160 
Stout, William, 4401 Lupton Gt., Maryville 40229 
Sutherland, Fred, Box 231 B, Bardstown, 40004 
Thornberry, Gary E., R.R. #2, Box 368A, Lawrence- 
burg, 40342 
Waldrop, Harold D., 3052 Rainier Ave., Columbus, 

Ohio 43229 
Walters, Gary L., Rt. 4, Box 233H, Bardstown, 40004 
Ward, James L, 820 Tennessee Ave., Pineville 40977 
Washer, Charles R., 3922 Bank St., Louisville, 40212 
Wheatley, William L., Route 1-B, Springfield, 40069 
Wigginton, L. Thomas, 730 Brooklin Apt. #4, Louis- 
ville, 40214 
Wilbert, Don, 4420 Santa Paula Lh., Louisville40219 
Williams, Terry R., 1105 Crestview Way, Prospect, 

40059 
Young, James L., 709 Adela Ave., Ludlow, 41016 
Zinninger, Steven L., 4401 Lupton Gt., Maryville, 
40229 

According to our records the following football 
coaches have not attended the mandatory clinic as 
required in ByLaw 28, Sec. 3: Ben Sydboten, Ballard 
Memorial High School, Al Giordano, Caldwell 
County High School, Bruce Hendrickson, Lone 
Jack High School, Glen Wise, Ludlow High School, 
David McCoy, Phelps High School, Larry Woods, 
Rockcastle County High School, Jerry Turner, 
Wayne County High School, Garter Bradshaw, West 
Carter High School, Ben Pumphrey, Nicholas 
County High School. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1979 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES 
ASSOCIATION AUDIT REPORT 

May 21, 1979 
Executive Committee 

Kentucky High Sctiool Coacties Association 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Gentlemen; 

I have examined the statement of cash receipts and disburse- 
ments for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1979. My examination 
was made in accordance w/ith generally accepted auditing stan- 
dards, and accordingly included such tests of the accounting 
records and such other auditing procedures as I considered 
necessary m the circumstances. 

In my opinion, the accompanying statement of cash receipts and 
disbursements presents fairly the recorded cash transactions of 
the Kentucky High School Coaches Association and All Star Fund 
for the year ended March 31, 1979 on a basis consistent with that 
of the preceding year. 

Ronald I. Small 
Certified Public Accountant 

KY. HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 
AND ALL STAR FUND 

CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1979 





Ky. High 








School 








Coaches 


All Star 






Assn. 


Fund 


Total 


CASH RECEIPTS 








Dues 


$11,521 50 


$ 


$11,521.50 


Interest Income 


1.282.60 


1.305 43 


2.588.03 


Grants-Stewarts Classic 


250 00 




250 00 


Pepsi 




3.000.00 


3.00000 


Gate Receipts 




5.518.64 


5.518-64 


Iransfers-K H S C A 




10.000.00 
$19,824.07 


10,000.00 


TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS 


$13,054.10 


$32,878 17 


CASH DISBURSEMENTS 








All Star Disbursements; 








Fairgrounds Rent 


$ 800.00 


$ 2.400.00 


$ 3,20000 


Insurance 


1.015.00 




1.01500 


Printmg 


660.46 




660 46 


Coaches Expenses 


51.50 




51 50 


Postage & Supplies 




300 00 


300 00 


Trainers & Coaches 




2.200.00 


2.200.00 


Director 




1.000.00 


1.000-00 


Food & Housing 




4.367.18 


4.367 18 


Sales Tax 




24907 


24907 


Photos & Awards 




195.00 


19500 


Insurance-Ky High School 








Athletic Association 




5,000.00 


5.000.00 


Uniforms 




595.90 


595 90 


Advertising 




178-61 


178.61 


Transfers to All Star Fund 


10.000-00 




10.000 00 


Injuries Paid 


1.514.40 




1,514.40 


Other Disbursements 








Postage & Supplies 


485.67 




485.67 


Travel & Meetings 


1.842 86 




1.842-86 


Dues 


100 00 




100-00 


Collection Fee 


1.781.00 




1.781.00 


Accounting 


45.00 




45.00 


Miscellaneous 


2.00 




2.00 



TOTAL CASH DISBURSEMENTS 
EXCESS CASH RECEIPTS OVER 

CASH DISBURSEMENTS $(5,243.79) 



8.29789 $16,485.76 $34,783.65 



Cash Balance. March 31, 1978 



Cash Balance. March 31, 1979 



22.28241 



$ 3.338.31 $(1.90548) 
37.653.08 59.935.49 



$17,038.62 $40.99139 $58,030.01 



KY. HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 
AND ALL STAR FUND 

SCHEDULE OF CASH 
March 31, 1979 

Ky. High School Coaches Association 

Union Bank & Trust Co . 
Irvine. Ky. 

checking account balance $ 7.038.62 

Estill Federal Savings & Loan 
Irvine, Ky 

certificate of deposit 10.000.00 



Ail Star Fund 

First Security National Bank 
Lexington. Ky 

checking account balance 

passbook savings account 
Central Bank & Trust Co. 
Lexington. Ky 

certificate of deposit 
Citizens Union Bank & Trust Co. 
Lexington. Ky 

passbool< savings account 



TOTAL CASH, MARCH 31, 1979 



$ 4,192.28 
17,860.48 



$58,030.01 



$17.038 62 



KY. HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 
AND ALL STAR FUND 

Notes to Financial Statements 
March 31, 1979 

Significant Accounting Policies. 

The cash basis of accounting is used. Accounts receivable and accounts 
payable at year end are not reflected. 

Accounts Receivable 

From the 1978 Ail Star games, there remains $1,000.00 due from the 
Athletic Director and Coaches Conference. At year end, this amount 
has not been received 

Injuries Paid 

Claims were paid for an athlete substained in 1977 All Star football 
game. At year end. there still remains approximately $400 unpaid on 
this injury 



REGISTERED VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. 1979-80 

If only one telephone number is listed for an official, it is the 
home phone unless otherwise designated. If two numbers are 
given, the first number is the home phone. 

Baker, Janice F., 4008 Addison Lane, Shively 40216, 502/447- 

6539; 812/945-2538 
Barre. Nancy J.. 717 Parkview Dr., Taylor Mill 41 01 5, 606/491-2128; 

781-3333 
Blair, Mary Gail, 152 Brandywine, Burlington 41005, 606/586-5665; 

371-8656 
Brown, Barry, 330 Weil Lane, Nicholasville 40356, 606/885-6657; 

252-4902 
Brown, Ten J., 537 Rossford Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075, 606/781- 

0220; 261-5922 
Caldwell, Linda S., 162 Clover Ridge, Ft. Thomas 41075, 606/441- 

1626 
Dingie, William A. J. Jr., 739 Bishop Dr., Lexington 40505, 606/ 

299-0812; 232-2023 
Moreland, Clare F., 54 Linwood, Erianger 41018, Bus. 513/281- 

2260 
Morris, Lisa A., Rt. 2, Penbroke 42266, 502/439-4078 
Mosler. Carol A., 1597 Martha Ct., Apt. 21. Lexington 40505, 606/ 

293-5261; 254-9257 
Patterson, John T., 4826 Warbler Way, Louisville 40213, 502/ 

968-6720; 582-5575 
Rogers. Eldridge, Rt. 7. Hopkinsville 42240, 502/269-2234; 886- 

3921 
Romack, Jennifer L., 510 John's Hill Road, Highland Heights 

41076, 606/292-5374 
Scott, Garnet Ray. 218 Donna Drive, Hopkinsville 42240, 502/ 

886-7522; 885-5355 
Ward, Jimmy L., Box 185, Salt Lick 40371, 606/683-5291; 783-3174 



MAJOR WRESTLING RULE CHANGES FOR 1979-80 

1-3-1 & 2 Each Individual state high school association shall 
develop and utilize an effective weight control program. It 
should require each wrestler to establish his certified minimum 
weight prior to a date specified by the state association. 

2-4-2 Scales shall be certified annually in accordance with 
guidelines established by state associations. 

4-3-1 Weight classes may be added or deleted by state assoc- 
iation adoption (you cannot add some weight classes and 
delete other weight classes — you may only do one or the 
other, not both.) 

4-3-2 Unlimited class contestants shall weigh a minimum of 
185 pounds. 

4-4-4 A minimum of twenty-four hour advance notice shall be 
given to your opponent in order to be granted this one pound 
allowance. 



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Page Five 



5-1-4 The defensive wrestler's starting position requires ttiat 

ttie knees be befiind the rear starting line. 
7-2-2 When the defensive wrestler stands, supporting all of the 

weight of the offensive wrestler in a potentially dangerous 

situation, the referee shall stop the match, 
7-3 & 4 These sections have been rewritten to provide more 

clarification, 
10-5-4 The overtime criteria shall be applied to both the regular 

match and the overtime period, 

1979 APPROVED 
FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 



Sword, Russ D. 
Tackett, George 
Tandy, Samuel 
TInsley, Joe D, 
Tipton, Ronald E. 
Turner, Charles W, 
Wallace, Kevin 
Ward, Tom A. 
Wells, Theodore G. 
Welton, Donald L. 



Westhoff. Greg 
Wetzel, Ralph M. 
Williams, Buford W, Jr. 
Wilson, James L. 
Wood, Walter A. 
Wozencraft, Thomas D. 
Wright, John David 
Yancey, Henry L. 
Young, William F. 



Aldrldge, Vern L. 
Allen, James H. 
Ash, Lee Roy 
Austin, Dwight Lea 
Backert, John A. 
Baird, James H. 
Baker, William A, 
Baley, Buddy F. 
Barker, David H. 
Barker, Norman 
Barrett, Richard A. 
Barth, Donald K. 
Biechler, Dwight A. 
Black, Charles D. Jr. 
Blemker, Ray Jr. 
Bosse, Raymond C. 
Bottoms, William E. 
Bozarth, Perry E. 
Brammell, Keith 
Bransom, Ben P. Jr. 
Brewer, Jerry 
Brewer, Lloyd 
Burchett, James B. 
Burkeen. Phillip C. 
Burns, Raymond G. Jr. 
Carney, Michael F, 
Gates, Rickey 
Chaffin, John B, 
Clay, Glen Steven 
Cole, Robert J. Jr. 
Cook, Chandlar D, 
Coppinger, Allen III 
Cornellson, Michael R. 
Couch, William J. Jr. 
Cox, Robert W 
Cox, Thomas O 
Crittenden. Fred M 
Croley, Jerry Wayne 
Crutcher, James Marion 
Davidson, Harlan Jr. 
Davis, Mark A. 
Davis, William Thomas 
Delaney, William T. 
Dickens. William D. 
Dicklson. Stephen 
Dunagan, Ed 
Durham, Tom 
Ekiln, Larry 
Etienne, Donald H. 
Evans, Alvin 
Farmer, Garland R. 
Faust, Phillip K. 
Feltner, Danny Ray 
Fowler, Gary O. 
Fraley, Charlie L, 
Frank, Joseph G. 
Futrell, Keith M. 
Gann, Ronnie W. 
Garcia, Chencho 
Garrett, Bland H. Ill 
Giles. Frank H. Jr. 
Goble, Kenneth R. Sr. 
Graham, John A. 
Gumble, Arthur R. 
Hamm, Michael R, 
Hatfield, James G. 
Hatfield, Paul R, 
Heaberlin, Bill Jr. 
Heaberlin. Bob 



Herrin, Eric 
Hicks, David A. 
Hill, James P. 
Howard, James D, 
Idol, Billy Joe Sr. 
Ives, Rick 

Jeffers, Stephen E, 
Johnson, Rae L. 
Jones, John B. 
Kammerer. Kenneth 
Kanarek, Robert S 
King, Daniel K. 
Kirk, Jerry R. 
Knight, Michael D. 
Lawson, Donald Tarlton 
Lee, Charles J. 
Lee, Greg 
Leslie, Bennett Lee 
Leslie, Jerry M. 
Lewis, Joseph Catron 
Liggett, Ernest 
Looney, John P. 
Lowe, William H. 
Lynn, Donald L, 
McGrath, Robert C. 
Marshall, Kenneth E. 
Mason, Wardy C. 
Masterson, William Gary 
Matheney, John B. 
Medley, Frank R. 
Meyer, James G. 
Mitchell. Glen C. 
Montell, Brad 
Moody, Joel D. 
Moosmann, John A. 
Morgan, Charles 
Morgan. Glenn W. 
Morris. Larry E. 
Morris. Stephen W. 
Morse, Russell. E, 
Nash, Richard C. 
Noll, John T. 
Noonan, Robert M. 
Oetjen, Gregory W. 
Owens, Bruce E. 
Owens, Lamarce 
Pitstick, Jeffrey L. 
Ponchot, C. Joseph 
Potts, Roy A. 
Purcell, J. Kenneth 
Ralston, J. Darrell 
Ransdell, John D. 
Reams, Frank E. 
Reece, Jerry T. 
Ress, Gary Alan 
RIffe, Gary L. 
Riley. Jeffrey L. 
Russ, Charles E. 
Russell, Allen R. 
Seivy, Curt 
Shreve. Rod 
Simpson. F. DeLane 
Skaggs. Ronnie Ray 
Smith. Ronald A. 
Starnes. Donald Scott 
Staton. Frank E. 
Stayton. Jeffrey 
Strain, Andrew J. 
Swope, James R. 



REGISTERED FOOTBALL 
OFFICIALS of the K.H.S.A.A. 1979 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, it is the 
home phone unless otherwise designated. If two numbers are 
given, the first is that of the home phone, 

Adams. James R, 1 400 Circle Dr.. Bowling Green, 42101, 782-331 8, 

842-1953 
Aitken, Kenneth P , P.O. Box 795, Owlngsville, 40360, 674-6897, 

674-6416 
Aldndge, James R, 119 Edgewood, Radcliff, 40160, 351 -9689, 351- 

3181 
Aldrldge, Michael J., 302 Western Ave., Cynthiana, 41031, 234- 

6322, 234-5032 
Aldndge, Vern L , 9155-B, S Beard. Ft. Knox. 40121, 624-2417. 

624-2417 
Allen. Arthur. Route 6, Franklin, 42134, 586-6836. 586-3231 
Allen. James E.. 3405 Emerald Dr., Jeffersontown, 40299, 267-0216. 

367-3668 
Allen. James H , 140 E. Broadway, Madisonville, 42431, 821-2911, 

821-3006 
Allgood, David A., 2401 High Pine Dr., Louisville 40214. 361-7753, 

341-6001 
Almand. David F . 214 Liberty St.. Franklin, 42134, 586-5475 
Ammerman, Robert P., 305 Pleasant St., Cynthiana. 41031. 234- 

6381. 252-3439 
Anders, Raleigh A., Rt. 4, Box 372-C, Keavy. 40737, 864-4060, 528- 

3912 
Angelucci, Armand Jr., 304 Culpepper Rd., Lexington, 40502, 266- 

6316 
Arflin, Tracy T., 7540-B McDevett Cir., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624-5366, 

624-3155 
Arnold, Kenneth P., 100 Boyden Ct.. Danville. 40422. 236-8396. 

252-7636 
Arthur, Paul, 1200R., Kanawha Terrace, Huntington, W.Va, 25701, 

529-1103, 739-5742 
Ash, Lee Roy, 3929 Leiand Rd., Louisville, 40207, 897-7357 
Ash, Mikie Lerome, Lot 180, 1234 W. Vine, Radcliff, 40160, 351- 

1893, 624-5652 
Asher, Noah M., 1100 Stella Dr., Apt. 13B, Ashland. 41101. 325- 

0321. 325-9946 
Asher. Ralph. Box 232. Olive Hill, 41164. 286-2081 
Aull, Stephen E., 4026 Frederlce St.. Owensboro, 42301. 926-4700. 

684-1495 
Austin, Dwight Lea, 1220 15th St., Bowling Green, 421 01, 781 -0353, 

781-3225 
Back, Lee Jr., 203 Field St,, Cumberland, 40823. 589-4780, 848- 

5431. X-26 
Backert. Tony. 3407 Autumn Way, Louisville, 40218. 451-5505 
Baird, James H., Box 503, Pineville, 40977, 248-4160, 248-1280 
Baker, William A.. 5640A Folger St., Ft, Knox, 40121, 624-5565. 

624-7146 X-6732 
Baldwin. Dennis E., 4605 Myrick PI,, Valley Station, 40272, 935- 

0667, 361-1264 
Baley, Buddy F., 7520-G 70th TK. BN. Rd., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624- 

2670, 624-4251 
Banbury, Jack R., 1705 Leestown Rd., #329, Lexington, 40505, 

233-1420, 252-1448 
Barbour, Ralph Barry, 3481 Bathurst Ct., Lexington, 40503, 278- 

0144 
Barker, David H,, Rt, #1, Box 22C, Whitesburg, 41858, 633-2089, 

439-2303 
Barker. Norman, Bulan, 41722, 251-2878. 436-2826 
Barney. Gregory R,, 120 N. Forrest Drive, Radcliff, 40160. 351-3748. 

624-8635 
Barnott. John R., 2436 LaRochelle Rd,, Lexington, 40504, 254- 

3188, 255-3612 
Barrett. Richard A. 706 No, 25th St., Middlesboro, 40965, 248-6325, 

248-1371 



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Barth, Donald K., 138 Fourth St., Dayton, 41074. 581-4559, 291- 

6735 
Bartlett, Charles W., 2303, Chateaugay Loop, Owensboro, 42301, 

684-5472, 926-8686, X-2279 
Bates, Curtis E.. P.O. Box 726. Mayfield, 42066, 247-7023, 442-5471 
Bates, James R., 370 Hazard Rd., Whitesburg, 41858, 633-7227 
Batterton, Keith. Old Danville Rd., Harrodsburg, 40330, 734-9624, 

734-4255 
Bauman. Lawrence Cease. 950 Templin, Bardstown. 40004. 348- 

6081 
Bednat, Richard A.. 3204 Tudor Dr.. Lexington, 40503, 278-3639 
Bell, Clarence T., 3812 Meadow Haven Rd.. Louisville, 40218, 491- 

2846, 582-6034 
Bell, Roger D., Box 344, Hewett, W. Va., 25108, 369-3693, 369-4774 
Bell. Ronald Keith, 2510 Gardiner Ln., Louisville, 40205, 450-2716, 

893-2577 
Bell, Ronald Keith, 239 Tucker Station Rd., Louisville, 40243, 459- 

2716, 893-2577 
Bell. Russell G . 157 Sunset Dr., Frankfort, 40601, 695-1353, 564- 

3644 
Bernardini, Bruno, 203 Taft Drive, Clarksville, 37040, 552-1507, 

798-4215 
Bickel, Arthur Frank, 4910 Lea Ann Way, Louisville, 40219, 968- 

6770, 366-9611 
Biechler, Dwight A , 5323-B Brett Dr., Fort Knox, 40121, 624-7576. 

624-7010 
Bishop. David G.. 3414 Phelps Ct.. Erianger. 41018. 727-8875. 

371-6020 
Black. Charles D. Jr., 138 Pine St., Barbourville, 40906, 546-5348, 

546-5144 
Blackford, Robert L., 414 Dayflower Ct., Edgewood, 41017, 341- 

3849 
Blemker, Ray Jr., 2363 Dundee, Henderson, 42420, 826-8330. 

423-6871 
Bocook. Earl. 1102 Beech St., Kenova, W. Va., 25530, 453-1810 
Bogar, Joseph D., Box 37, Hardy, 41531, 353-9540 
Bolt. Donald Dee. Rt 1. Box 836. Grayson, 41143, 474-5740, 739- 

8681 
Bond, Terry Lee, 11 Circle Dr., Crestview, 41076, 441-0723, 421- 

1400 
Borders, Gary A , 104 S. Third, Apt. 207, Bardstown, 40004, 348- 

4179, 348-9281 
Bosse, Raymond C , 1378 Vidot Ct , Ft. Wright, 41011, 331-3363. 

431-6374 
Bottles. Donald W , 1014 Pawnee Dr., Elizabethtown, 42701. 765- 

7289, 765-7213 
Bottoms, William E , 110 E Gramham, Prestonsburg, 41653, 886- 

6608, 886-2727 
Boyles. Jerry F.. 2407 Hillcrest Rd.. Ashland, 41101, 324-6995, 

329-4178 
Bozarth, Perry E., 3258 Pepperhill Rd., Lexington. 40502. 266-0015. 

252-0343 
Bracher. David R., R.R. 1, Gentryville, 47537, 362-7649, 853-4472 
Brady, Danny T,, 85 Arcadia Ave., Ft. Ivlitchell. 41017, 341-4278, 

891-9220 
Bramble, James L., 480 Doncaster Ct., Lexington, 40505, 299-5750, 

278-9355 
Brammell, Keith, Box 231, Grayson, 41143, 474-7031 
Branham, James A., 660 Kingston Rd., Lexington, 40505, 299- 

9452, 255-7057 
Branham, W. F , 31 24 Dale Hollow Dr., Lexington, 40502, 266-2891 , 

254-6630 
Bransom, Ben P., Jr., 3885 Sundart, Lexington, 40502, 272-7250, 

276-1461 
Branstetter, Charles Elwood, 1410 Circle Drive, Bowling Green, 

42101, 782-2671, 842-0361 
Brauch, Charles J., 1 17 Westview Dr., Bardstown, 40004, 348-3218, 

348-3991 
Breeden, Alan, 402 Kenny Blvd., Louisville, 40214, 363-0459 
Breeding, Joe I.. 1310 Bambridge Lane. Campbellsville, 42718, 

465-2614, 465-3511 
Breegle, Bruce M., 1536 Chestnut St., Bowling Green, 42101, 842- 

0778 
Brennenstuhl, Jim, P.O. Box 101, Pleasant View, 40769, 549-3241, 

549-2463 
Brewer, Jerry, Box 8, Bonnyman, 41719, 426-6200, 426-3155 
Brewer, Lloyd, Box 238, Combs, 41729, 426-6672, 426-3155 
Brock, Jack W., Rt. 7, Clay's Ferry Estates, Richmond, 40475, 623- 

5158, 259-3456 X-211 
Brown, Barry D., 330 Weil Lane, Nicholasville, 40356, 885-6657, 

252-4902 
Brown, Gregg C, 2523 Alabama St.. Paducah. 42001. 442-5158. 

442-7361 



Brown. Herman G . Rt. 1. Box 108. Bagdad, 40003, 747-8991, 633- 

2040 
Brown, John W. "Scoop," 975 Waverly Dr., Lexington, 40505, 

254-1940, 255-0835 
Brown, Martin J., Jr., 1845 Princeton Dr.. Louisville. 40205. 454- 

3812, 581-2486 
Brown, Michael R., 16 Mayo Ct., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 781-0098, 

721-3610 
Brown, Stephen P , 433 Bristol Rd., Lexington, 40502, 266-7900 
Brown, Wendell, 513 W. 16th Street, London, 40741, 864-2372, 

878-9700 
Bryan, Francis D., Rt. 4, Canonero Ct., Elizabethtown, 42701, 

737-2393 
Buckley, Robert S.. Jr., 933 Washington, Flatwoods, 41139. 836- 

8275, 329-5583 
Bufford, D. Roger, Rt. 2, Box 331-Z, Kuttawa, 42055, 388-9311, 

388-2253 
Burchett, James B., Box 147, Prestonsburg, 41653, 874-2324, 886- 

3836 
Burgan, Eric A., Highland Ave., Corbin, 40701, 528-2249,528-5851 
Burgess, Blair D.,5315-D Gardner Ave., Ft. Knox, 40121,624-7965, 

624-7135 
Burgess, Marvin L , Rt. #8, Box 111, Bowling Green, 42101, 842- 

7303, 842-7302 
Burgess, Oley, 1708 Sycamore St , Kenova, W. Va. 25530, 453-2593 
Burke, David Dean, 408 3rd Avenue, Worthinton 41183. 836-4859. 

324-3129 
Burkeen. Phillip C. 659 Wakefield, Bowling Green, 42101. 842- 

4182. 842-9840 
Burlew, Warren. 1806 The Meadow Rd.. Louisville. 40223. 426- 

0871. 426-6020 
Burns. Raymond G.. Jr.. 4928 Determine. Louisville, 40216, 447- 

5280 
Burrus, Lee Roy Jr , 918 Lim Spring Way, Louisville, 40223, 245- 

2607, 722-8862 
Burton. James. 308 S. Broadway. Providence. 42450, 667-2296 
Butler, Bob 582 Charlemagne Blvd., Elizabethtown, 42701, 765- 

7098 
Butler, Denver E.. 1533Southgate Ave. Louisville. 4021 5. 366-7195 
Byrd, Jacky D,, 6713 Seminole, Louisville, 40214, 361-8658, 368- 

3377 
Cann, Jimmy R., 215 McBroom Dr., Louisville, 40214, 367-7754, 

583-1641 
Carlson, David A, 2916 Washington St., Paducah, 42001, 444- 

7943, 444-6311, X-435 
Carmichael, Steven G.. 335 Transylvania Park, Lexington, 40508, 

254-8987 
Carnes, D. Dwight, 213-A Wilson Lane, Middlesboro, 40965, 248- 

3193, 248-1608 
Carney, Michael F., 4334-A Second Ave., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624- 

3657, 624-3942 
Carr, Billy W., 507 Meadowlawn Dr., Franklin, 42134, 586-6910, 

586-3261 
Carr. Lawrence W., 929 Palomino Dr.. Villa Hills, 41016, 341-9276. 

243-6060 
Cartmill. Randel C 118 Townhouse Dr , Madisonville, 42431, 

835-7551 
Cassady, Glenn Homer, Inez, 41224, 298-7921 
Gates, Rickey, R R. 5, Box 81. Morganfield. 42437. 333-5525. 863- 

7376 
Ceaser. James A.. 491 2-B Hammond Heights. Ft. Campbell. 42223. 

439-7355. 798-3810 
Cecil. Henry E. R 1. Box 292-D. New Haven. 40051. 348-5457, 

348-3309 
Cecil. Roger. Box 401. Hazard. 41701. 436-6644. 439-2332 
Centers. Mike. Rt. 5. Box444A. London. 40714. 878-681 3. 897-5314 
Chaffin. John B., 450 Rhea Blvd., Russellville, 42276, 726-8836, 

726-6434 
Chattin, Ernie. 615 17th St., Ashland, 41101, 324-2665 
Cheponis, George John, Murray St. Univ. Dept. Professional 

Studios, 759-4167, 762-3821 
Clark, John E., 3359 Coldstream Dr., Lexington, 40502, 272-0856, 

259-1902 
Clark, Dennis R., P.O. Box 448, Barbourville, 40906. 546-6441, 

546-4171 
Clark, Woen B., 1301 Fairfax Way, Georgetown, 40324, 863-0854, 

863-3719 
Clark, William Sidney, 801 James Garrard, Owensboro, 42301, 

926-1512, 683-5657 
Clay, Glen Steven, Rt. 3, Box 8, Grayson, 41143, 474-6385 
Clayton, Noel B., 1125 19th St., Tell City, 47586, 547-8147 
Clements, William P. Jr., 605 Green Ridge PL, Henderson, 42420, 

826-3878, 826-3102 



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Clemmons, Sam P.. 3351 Cove Lake Dr.. Apt. #51, Lexington, 

40502, 266-2283. 253-3441 
Clemson, F. Christopher, 968-B N. 37th St., Paducah, 42001, 444- 

0665, 395-4151 
Cline, Nick L., 5505 Whispering Hilis Blvd., Louisville 40219, 964- 

0214 
Clusky, Joe, Box 294, Matewan, W. Va., 25678, 426-4103, 426-4401 
Cole, Robert J. Jr., 8903 Leemore Ct., Louisville, 40222, 448-6212, 

448-7621 
Coleman, Louis H, 4207 Wooded Way, Louisville, 40219, 969-0982, 

774-3207 
Color, William Jeffrey, 404 Sylvan Tr,, Hopkinsville, 42240, 886- 

4352 
Colley, Lynn W., 906 Elizabeth Dr., Hopkinsville, 42240, 885-1353, 

886-4463 
Collins, Ronald K., 2590 Old Buttermilk, Villa Hills, 41017, 341- 

0578, 731-9972 
Coltharp, Paul G., 4232 Forest Ave., Paducah, 42001, 443-1982, 

444-7311 
Combs, Harold A„ General Delivery, Jeff, 41751, 439-1271, 426- 

6811 
Combs, Ira D., Gen. Del., Jeff, 41751, 436-3002, 436-3837 
Conlin, Martin T, 508 St. Joseph La., Park Hills, 41011. 431-6395, 

291-2268 
Cook, Chandlar D, P.O. Box 1 1 , Corbin, 40701 , 523-0903, 528-6838 
Cook, Richard N., 50 Forest Ave., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 441-9269, 

243-6205 
Coppinger, Allen III, 207 Summit, l^iddlesboro, 40965. 248-4196, 

248-1371 
Corbett, John Byron, 201 South Elm Grove, Bardstown, 40004, 

348-2155, 348-3953 
Cornelison, Ivlichael R., P.O. Box 7. Berea, 40403, 986-9568, 233- 

2557 
Cothern, Ricky D., 608 Village Dr., Franklin, 42134, 842-7289, 842- 

9311 
Couch, William J. Jr., Rt. 2, Box 94, Danville, 40422, 236-4807, 236- 

9220 
Cox, l^ike, Wooton, 41776, 279-4268, 429-1460 
Cox, Robert W., 7208 S. Watterson TrI., Louisville, 40291, 239- 

0978, 456-3131 
Cox, Thomas O., 1309 Glengarry Way, Hendert. n, 42420, 826- 

0308, 827-2043 
Craft, Albert B., 1606 Meadowthorpe Ave., Lexington, 40505, 254- 

5365, 255-8600 
Crittenden, Fred M., 9028-C Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624- 

5959, 624-1736 
Coley, Jerry Wayne, P.O. Box 478, Williamsburg, 40769, 549-1 235, 

549-1234 
Crutcher, James (Marion, Box 294, Rt. 1 , Irvington, 40146, 536-3476, 

547-4491 
Crutcher, John M., 270 N. Deepwood Dr., Radcliff, 40160, 351- 

9140, 624-1926 
Crutcher, Paum., Rt. 1 , Box 148, Ekron, 401 1 7, 828-3745, 624-8349 
Cundiff, Richard, 100 Country Club Dr., Somerset, 42501, 678- 

5601 , 673-5279 
Current, Ellis Ray, 3006 Montavesta Dr., Lexington, 40502, 266- 

2877, 272-3311 
Current, Robert O., 3593 Pimlico Pkw/y., Lexington, 40502, 272- 

3052 
Curtsinger, John G., 574 Storey Ave., Harrodsburg, 40330, 734- 

5248 
Daopoulos, Jim, 3675 Walden Dr., Lexington, 40503, 273-2147, 

233-8174 
Davidson, Charles Robert, 2404 Mammoth Way, Jeffersontown, 

40299, 267-0413 
Davidson, Harlan Jr., P.O. Box 52, Hazard, 41701, 436-6147, 666- 

7581 
Davis, Mark A.. Rt. 3, Horse Cave, 42749, 786-1703, 786-2829 
Davis, Ralph C, 1 326 S. 7th St., Ironton, 45638, 532-8606, 532-81 43 
Davis, William Thomas, 5112 Barnes Dr., Louisville, 40219, 964- 

4754, 452-3722 
Day, Richard W., 1606 Alexandria Dr., Lexington, 40504, 277-9759, 

255-0739 
Dean, Roger L., CPO 567, Berea, 40404, 986-8326, 936-3131 
Delaney, William T., 3181 Harmony Ln, Cincinnati 4521 1, 922-5621 
Demoret, Bruce K., 7768 Bridgegate Ct., Florence, 41042, 727- 

2913, 283-1100 
Dempsey, Glenn T., #3, Justile Dr., Rt. #9, Frankfort, 40601, 695- 

4851, 232-3753 
Denham, Edward G., Rt. #5, Box 470, Berea, 40403,986-1138, 623- 

5121 
Denton, William J., 6709 Seminole Ave., Louisville, 40214, 366- 

1122, 582-9522 



DeSensi, W. C. "Chick", 7306Stonemill Ct., Louisville, 40291, 239- 

2760, 774-4421 
Deskins, Roger D., 1018 45th St., Ashland, 41101, 324-8998 
Dewees, William L., Jr., 7007 Ashby Ln., Louisville, 40272, 935-8724 
Dickens, William D., 313 Beacon Hill, Nicholasville, 40356, 885- 

6727, 276-1750 
Dickison, Stephen, Box 71, South Shore, 41175, 932-4631, 836- 

9222 
Dingle, William A. J. Jr., 739 Bishop Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299- 

0812, 232-2023 
Dizney, William Curtis Master St., Corbin 40701, 523-0514 
Dobson, Estille K., Jr., 415 Apple Valley Ct., Florence, 41042, 525- 

8906, 525-8907 
Dodd, Herbert Mark, 202 Golf Club Lane, Springfield, 37172, 384- 

5604, 859-9317 
Dodson, Anthony, 5490-H Jamison, Ft. Knox, 40121, 624-3793, 

624-4325 
Donoghue, Terry, 144 Crescent, Florence, 41042, 283-1069, 371- 

2424 
Dorman, Byron Todd, 623 Gunpowder Rd., Florence, 41042, 283- 

2482 
Dossett, Mac. Rt. 4, Whippoorwill Dr., Marion, 42064, 965-2804, 

965-3866 
Downs, Gil, 305 Charlestown Ct., Louisville, 40243, 245-3602, 245- 

4161 
Downs, Joseph W., 121 Parkview, Bardstown, 40004, 348-5123, 

348-3991 
Doyle, Danny K., 128 McCready Ave., Louisville, 40206, 895-6515, 

776-4651 
Drake, Richard R., 72 Donnelly Dr., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 441-4235 
Droz, Lee A., P.O. Box 19, Inez, 41224, 298-3712 
Ducker, Larry K., 1292-B Dale Dr., Lexington, 40502, 272-9845, 

253-2667 
Duff, William C, 154 Goodrich Ave., Lexington, 40503, 277-0524, 

623-5098 
Duffey, Eddie, 548 Plainview Rd., Lexington, 40502, 266-1781, 

252-5638 
Duke, Edward Alan, N-1 Laurelwood Apts., Franklin, 37064, 790- 

1058, 256-3101 
Dunagan, Ed, 505 Augustus Ave,, Louisville, 40217, 634-8766, 

459-1030, X-243 
Dupin, Jackie H , 308 Central Ave., Elizabethtown, 42701, 769- 

3668, 765-7175 
Durden, John R.. R31, Box 126A, Cerulean, 42215, 885-8847, 886- 

4464 
Durham, Tom, 137 Lantern Way, Nicholasville, 40356, 278-6921, 

255-3612, X-229 
Duvall, Robert Lee Jr., 100 Kelley Dr., Glasgow, 42141, 651-9609, 

651-2256 
Dyehouse, James F, Jr., 3462 Boston Rd., Lexington 40503, 278- 

1620, 253-0621 
Dykman, Donald L., 2012 Longview Drive, Georgetown, 40324, 

863-4275, 863-3321 
Easley, Dan W., Rt. 3, Nicholasville, 40356, 885-9613 
Easterly, C. Thomas, 210 W. State St. #8, Frankfort, 40601, 223- 

5488 
Edwards, Donald L., Box 275 E. Main, Sebree, 42455, 835-2298 
Eldridge, Wayne R., P.O. Box 98, Science Hill, 42553, 423-3495, 

678-8161 
Elkin, Larry, 102 Whipporwill Ct., Erianger, 41018, 341-4766, 922- 

0100 
Elkins, Randall W., Rt. 3, Box 124 Apt. #3, Catlettsburg, 41129, 

329-8561 
Elliott, Jerry O., 805 Barbourville St., Corbin, 40701, 528-6579, 528- 

5311 
Ellison, Ronald, 3809 Harvest Way, Elsmere, 41018, 727-2736, 

948-5911 
Elovitz, Carl J., 1920 Spring Grove Ave., Lexington, 40504, 277- 

3994, 873-3691 
Emmons, Guy W., Rt. 2, Box 51, Lanesville, Ind., 47136, 952-3850, 

295-5905 
Estes, Walter R., Rt. 1, Box 320, Owensboro, 42301,281-5609, 729- 

4052 
Etienne, Donald H., Star Rt., Box 296, Magnet, Ind., 47555, 843- 

5265, 547-2316 
Eubanks, William M., 311 West Kentucky, Franklin, 42134, 586- 

7469, 325-4121 
Evans, Alvin, 716 Cumberland Ave., Jellico, 37762, 424-8216, 424- 

6420 
Evans, Ronnie B., 521 Short White Oak Rd., Russell, 41169, 836- 

1 709, 325-8456 
Ewen, George D., 2082 Rambler Rd., Lexington, 40503, 255-5254, 

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Ewing, Roger G., 3205 Kings Ct, Bardstown, 40004, 348-3253, 

348-921 1 
Paris, Leon W. Ill, 604 Severn Way, Lexington, 40503, 278-4103, 

278-9903 
Farmer, Garland R., Rt. 1, Leesburg Farms, Cynthiana, 41031, 

234-1802, 252-3439 
Faust, Kennetti J., 2427 Concord Dr., Louisville, 40217, 634-4204, 

634-4796 
Faust, PhillipK., 3010 Hikes Lane #105, Louisville, 40220,451-9758, 

634-4796 
Fay, John C. 329 Wilson Downing, Lexington, 40503, 272-6182, 

299-4771 
Feltner, Danny Ray, R.R. 2, Box 151-A, Hazard, 41701, 436-5152, 

436-3155 
Fenimore, Clarke E., 4083 Gilman Ave., Louisville, 40207, 896- 

4716, 491-8400 
Ferrell, Ronnie D., P.O. Box 2500, Williamson, W. Va., 25661, 237- 

1344, 235-2323 
Ferris, Mark R.,541 Lilly Ave, Louisville, 40217,241-1523, 566-9472 
Finck, Dennis Ray, 2618 Pindell Ave., Louisville, 40217, 426-9652, 

425-8800 
Fish, Leiand G, 118 Burnett, Lexington, 40505, 255-9905, 233-2535 
Fisher, Gerald W., 9005 Moonglow, Louisville, 40258, 937-6963, 

584-1281 
Fliehman, John Richard, Syck Trailer Court, Chloe Rd., Pikeville, 

41501, 432-8319, 432-1461 
Florini, Thomas B., 1326 Fontaine, Lexington, 40502, 269-5054, 

269-361 1 
Flynn, Bobby, 428 McKenna Ct., Lexmgton, 40505, 299-5902, 278- 

9310 
Flynn, Tim J., 74 Minam Drive, Florence, 41042, 371-7535, 513- 

369-4488 
Foster, Dale Gene, Rt. 5, Box 242A, Charleston, W. Va., 25312, 

965-1408, 925-4748 
Foster, Berryman E., 927 Waverly Dr., Lexington, 40505, 255-7374, 

233-2535 
Foster, James H., Box 901, Chappsfork, Charleston, W. Va. 

25312, 965-1989, 965-9003 
Fowler, Gary C, 855 Yuma Court, Bowling Green, 42101, 781- 

1468, 781-5670 
Fraley, Charlie L., 9057 E. Young St., Fort Knox, 40121, 624-3860, 

624-1644 
Frank, Joseph G., 112 Sixth Street, Dayton, 41074, 431-0347, 351- 

5800 
Frazer, Tom Roe, Route 1, Sturgis, 42459, 333-4412, 333-4672 
Friedman, Charles M., 4502 Fegenbush Ln., Louisville, 40218, 

499-8861, 582-1645 
Fryrear, Bill P., 204 Lanark Dell, Middletown, 40243, 245-0354, 

452-4757 
Fuchs, Charles "Donuts", 704 Fifth Ave., Dayton, 41074, 581-6080 
Furlong, William E., 3320 Grandview Ave., Louisville, 40207, 895- 

4755, 582-5108 
Futrell, Keith M., 4020 Rudy Martin Dr., Owensboro, 42301, 683- 

4336, 683-9053 
Gallaher, Jack P., 2047 Adams Ave., Ashland, 41101, 325-2420, 

324-2142 
Gammon, William H., 158 Deering Ct., Russell, 41169, 836-1474, 

329-3633 
Gann, Ronnie W., Rt. 13, Box 58, Bowling Green, 42101, 781-7741 
Garcia, Chencho, 1748 Wyatt Pkwy., Lexington, 40505 
Garrett, Bland H. Ill, 113 Venetion Way, Bardstown, 40004, 348- 

2656, 348-9042 
Gastineau, JobyA. Ill, 121 Todds Rd. #150, Lexington, 40509, 266- 

6123, 272-3115 
Gattuso, James F., Rt. 1, Box 233, Williamson, W. Va., 25661, 233- 

1817 
Gelbke, Gilbert M., 840 Alexandria Pike, Ft. Thomas, 41075, 781- 

2273, 542-6603 
Gentry, Dale J., 6301 Oak Valley Dr., Louisville, 40214, 447-5981, 

634-4500 
Gettler, John F., 705 Providence Rd., Lexington, 40502, 266-4801, 

255-0835 
Gfell, George V., 3310 Coldstream, Lexington, 40502, 272-1349 
Gibson, Richard L., 539 Country Lane, Cynthiana, 41031, 234-4251 

234-4632 
Giles, Frank H., Jr., 352A Radcliff Rd., Lexington, 40505, 293-1044, 

252-9414 
Gilkerson, Pat H., Rt. #1, Box 117, Prichard, W. Va., 25555, 486- 

5291, 525-7611 
Gilliam, Randy, 1379 Bordeaus Dr., Lexington, 40504, 252-4581 
Gillum, James Edward, Rt. 4, Box 455B, Ashland, 41101, 928-5262, 

324-3194 
Gober, John S., 204 Morningside, Clarksville, Tenn. 47040, 648- 

2731, 798-4006 



Goble, Kenneth R. Sr., 520 Appleton Ave., Clarksville, Tenn. 37040, 

647-2969, 648-4343 
Gobey, Thomas, Rt. 3, Box 107, Catlettsburg, 41129, 325-7530, 

324-2123 
Gore, Bailey, 1603 Sunset, Murray 42071, 753-8509, 762-6289 
Gorham, Barry W., 514 Folkstone Dr., Lexington, 40502, 266-3978, 

269-1103 
Gour, Bob, P.O. Box 1409, Bowling Green, 42101, 843-9582, 842- 

8175 
Graas, Oscar L., P.O. Box 91166, Louisville, 40291, 897-6380 
Graham, James E., 2517 Jackson St., Ashland 41101, 324-8169 
Graham, John A., 125 Louisiana Ave., Lexington, 40502, 266-1963 
Graven, William L. Jr., 2807 Conroy PI, Louisville, 40218, 499-0151 , 

895-8008 
Graves, Rick L., R.R. 2, Box 198, Calvert City, 42029, 395-7532, 

443-6423 
Greenwell, Robert A., 4114 Wimpole Rd., Louisville, 40218, 491- 

8646, 426-2566 
Grefer, Thomas J., 65 Geiger Ave., Bellevue, 41073,491-3219,261- 

8655 
Griffin, Powell Wynn, 924 Burning Springs dr., Louisville 40223, 

245-8188, 426-3900 
Gross, Joseph B., 2206 Coburn Blvd., Lexington, 40502, 269-4254, 

252-2661 
Gumble, Arthur R., 724 St. Matthews Circle, Taylor Mill, 41015, 

431-2905, 352-4313 
Gutterman, James D., 2925 Winterhaven Rd., Louisville, 40220, 

491-3046, 584-4658 
Guy, Newton S. Ill, Browning Acres, Harlan, 40831, 573-4684, 

573-4707 
Hackett, Wilbur L. Sr., 1472 Olive St., Louisville 40210, 772-0493, 

452-4109 
Hadden, Newell, Rt. 1, Stanford, 40484, 792-3411 
Haddix, Daniel E., 437'/2 Court St., Jackson, 41339, 666-4093 
Hagan, Michael J., 9104 Catania Dr., Louisville, 40299, 499-1168, 

964-2303 
Hainline, Charles C, Rt. #10, Millstone Drive, Richmond, 40475, 

623-4779, 623-9376 
Hall, Charles E., R.R. #2, Winterhawk, Danville, 40422, 236-8811, 

236-2604 
Hamby, Thomas E., 201 Gateway Lane, Hopkinsville, 42240, 885- 

9980, 429-1173 
Hamm, Michael R., 7309B Gardner Hills, Ft. Campbell, 42223, 431- 

6945 
Hammons, George F., Box 283, Barbourville, 40906, 546-6449, 546- 

5859 
Hammock, Don L., 8501 Wooded Glen Ct., Louisville, 40220, 491- 

1744, 454-4847 
Hancock, Norbert E., 400 Kinnaird Lane, Louisville, 40243, 245- 

6847, 491-2377 
Hardin, Gary, Box 536, So. Shore, 41175, 932-4436, 932-3131 
Harris, David L., 216 N. 3rd St., Bardstown. 40004, 348-5733, 348- 

3311 
Harris, James D., 216 N. 3rd St., Bardstown, 40004, 348-5733, 348- 

3311 
Hatfield, James G., Rt. 2, Box 16G, Bardstown, 40004, 348-6749 
Hatfield, Paul R., Rt. 5, Box 987-B, Pikeville, 41501,432-2855, 432- 

1156 
Hawkins, Donald H., Rt. #2, Vine Grove, 401 75, 828-3631 , 828-21 25 
Hayes, David, Rt. 1, Box 369, Campbellsville, 42718, 789-1634, 465- 

8661 
Heaberlin, Bill Jr., 2545 Carter Ave., Ashland, 41101, 329-1854, 

739-4166, X-8292 
Heaberlin. William Sr., 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods, 41139, 

836-6915, 329-7253 
Heaberlin, Bob, 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods, 41139, 836- 

6915, 836-9681, X-177 
Head, Lon E., Rt. 7, Box 37, Barton Mill, Corbin, 40701 , 528-0977, 

528-2390 
Hedge, David W., 107 Maple Hurst Dr., Jeffersonville, 47130, 283- 

3962, 283-6943 
Helton, Leslie C 4807 Margo Ave., Louisville, 40258, 935-0850, 

897-3151 
Henderson, Charles A., 406 Linda Drive, Hopkinsville, 42240, 886- 

2404. 886-4444 
Henderson. Michael Ray. 4097 Forsythe Dr.. Lexington, 40503, 

278-7634, 254-2470 
Hendon, L. J., 228 S. 15th St., Murray, 42071, 753-3658, 753-2825 
Henry, William Barry, 2040A Creason, Bowling Green, 42101, 782- 

0848, 842-5881 
Hensley, Hodaviah, Box 109. Warfield, 41267, 395-6135 
Herrin, Eric, 6 S. Highland Ave., Prestonsburg, 41653, 886-8202, 

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Hicks, David A., P.O. Box 1215, Henderson, 42420, 827-0645, 827- 

2751 
Hicks, L. Jack, 29 Avenel PI., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 781-0613, 261- 

6666 
Hill, James P., 2338 Carter Rd #6, Owensboro, 42301, 926-1376, 

684-0448 
Hillyer, Charles L,, 201 Dalewood Dr., Clarksville, Tenn. 37040, 

647-7525, 798-3015 
Hixon, Carl E., 103 Mayfair Dr.. Mayfield, 42066, 247-2930, 247- 

1621 
Hodapp, Carl W., 1207 Cherokee Rd, #3, Louisville, 40204, 451- 

0177, 267-7486 
Hodges, Bill, 209 Beale St., Cumberland, 40823, 589-6181, 589- 

2544 
Hoffman. Thomas A., 812 Dalevwood Dr.. Villa Hills, 41017, 331- 

8572, 371-2900 
Holzknecht, Thomas E.. 7507 Waldwick Ct., Louisville, 40258, 

935-2549, 367-0185 
Hopson, James E., Rt. 1, Box 918 M, Pikeville, 41501, 631-1993, 

432-1461 
Horsman, Bill, 2902 So, 5th St., Louisville. 40208, 637-1201, 964- 

3301 
Houchen, Tom 1^., 505 Long St., London. 40741. 864-9075, 864- 

2136 
Howard, James D , Box 197. Loyall. 40854. 573-4752, 573-4520 
Howard, Robert Elwood Jr., 5431 A Gilkey St., Ft. Knox, 40121, 

634-2709, 624-6028 
Hubbard, John Douglas. 1 1 7 E. Stephen Foster. Bardstown. 40004. 

384-3067. 
Huhn. Theodore A.. 2340 Lansdowne Ave.. Louisville. 40217. 637- 

8847. 636-1466 
Hunter, Harold J., 90250 Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624-7772, 

624-6236 
Hunter. James. 4210 Naneen Dr.. Louisville. 40216. 367-1361 
lannazzi. Domenic. 602 Pennsylvania Ave.. Apt. 4. Elizabethtown. 

42701 . 769-5782, 624-2037 
Idol, Billy Joe Sr. 124 Leafwood Rd.,Iv1iddlesboro, 40965. 248-2837 
Ishmael, Stephen A., 2605 Tophill Rd., Louisville, 40206, 897-9509 
Ives, Rick, 1640 Sharon Dnve, Bowling Green, 42101, 843-3679, 

842-5302 
Jackson. Ed. 2507 W. 9th St.. Owensboro. 42301. 684-4664. 926- 

3200 
Jackson. William C. Rt. 4. Box 392. Morganfield. 42437 
Jacoby, Ben W.. Rt 1. Georgetown, 40324, 863-0508, 255-6812 
James, Harold E,, 1507 S. 3rd., Ironton, 45638, 532-6976 
Janes. Charles W.. P.O. Box 497. Bardstown. 40004. 348-6545. 

543-7476 
Jeffers, Stephen E.. Star Rt. 2. Box 162. Gray. 40734. 528-0729. 

546-5101 
Jeffries, David T, 9502 Candy wood Ln.. Louisville, 40291 . 239-4498 
Jenkins, Burney R., Rt. 1. Apt. 37, Scotland Woods, Georgetown, 

40324, 863-3617, 863-3805 
Jensen. Edward A. III. 7707 Johnson School Rd . Louisville. 40291. 

239-4574 
Johnson. Bob. 3310 Springhaven. Catlettsburg, 41129, 739-6272, 

329-7557 
Johnson, Gordon, M . P O Box 587. Prestonsburg. 41653. 886- 

6163. 886-8362 
Johnson, Harry A., 4329 Harts Ct., Paducah, 42001, 502-443-1767, 

444-6311, X-241 
Johnson. Larry J.. 303 Patton Dr., Ashland, 41101, 325-0550, 329- 

7313 
Johnson, Ned Jr.. 116 Barberry Lane. Bardstown 40004. 348-2351 
Johnson. Rae L , 12235 Hollside La . Hillview, 40229, 957-5873 
Johnson, Reid O., 11 26 Redwood Dr., Lexington, 40511, 255-9076. 

259-1411 
Johnson. Roderick V.. 354 Ohio St., Lexington, 40508, 255-0304, 

278-8124 
Jones, Denver "Smokey," P.O. Box 700, Hazard, 41701. 439-1812, 

436-5771 
Jones, John B., RFD #1, Cadiz, 42211, 522-3759, 522-6641 
Jones, Paul D., 1705 Lynn Way, Louisville, 40222, 426-0544, 588- 

6495 
Jones, Spurgeon L., Jr., 332 Wilder Dr., Owensboro, 42301, 684- 

0924, 926-3200 
Joyner, Robert L., 8907 Thelma Ln , Louisville, 40220, 491-3266, 

897-3259 
Jutz, Gerald, 917 Beecher, Louisville, 40215. 366-2427. 634-4796 
Kacprowski. Steve P., 951 Palatka Rd., Louisville, 40214. 366-6621 , 

491-1216 
Kammerer, Kenneth, R.R. 1, Box 266B, Melbourne, 41059, 635- 

5406. 635-291 1 



Kanarek, Robert S., 8847 Valley Circle Dr., Florence, 41042, 525- 

6076, 525-3556 
Keller. Terry Joe. 237 Ludford St.. Ludlow. 41016. 261-9987. 431- 

0462 
Kemen, Jerry, 440 Pickett Dr., Ft, Wright, 41011, 331-4272 
Kersey, William Andy, 416 Williams St., Corbin, 40701, 528-7122, 

528-2500 
Kinch, Marvin N,, 104 Woodland Dr., Somerset, 42501, 679-3690, 

679-3423 
King, Daniel K., 197 Coral Ave,. Louisville, 40206, 491-7998 
Kinnard, Robert F., 2349 Shandon Dr.. Lexington, 40505, 299- 

2083, 232-4711 
Kinslow, Bill, 600 Hedgewood Drive, Franklin, 42134, 586-8620, 

586-4451 
Kirk, Charles F.. P.O. Box 543. Cumberland. 40823. 589-2086, 

675-3311 
Kirk, Jerry R., Rt. 1, G D., Partridge, 40862, 589-2776, 633-4422 
Kirk, Walter C, Rt. #2, Box 641, Ashland, 41101, 928-9402, 324- 

1882 
Kirkland, John Drew, P O. Box 684, Owensboro, 42301, 926-2488, 

684-1404 
Kirklin, Luther R , Sunny Acres, Harlan, 40831, 573-2195, 573-2210 
Klusman, Carl J. Jr., 3004 Piedmont, Louisville, 40205, 459-0581, 

634-1531, X-290 
Knight, Michael D., 4005 Delores #4, Shively, 40216, 448-0974 
Kordenbrock, Joseph S., 106 Hart Dr., Hebron, 41048, 689-7190, 

369-4488 
Kouns, Robert H., Box 582, South Shore, 41175, 932-4540, 473- 

473-9812 
Kraft, H. Nellis, 5007 Carpenter Dr., Crestwood, 40014, 222-7798, 

588-9649 
Kuster, Thomas T., 2902, White Plains Rd., Louisville, 40218, 491- 

3979, 582-2431, X-203 
Lambert. Irvin. 6412 Ferncrest. Louisville. 40291. 239-4996, 459- 

0382 
Landers, John F., 222 Old Orchard Rd.. Clarksville, Tenn. 37040, 

647-2656, 798-3320 
Lang, Dean E., 3345 Post Rd,, Apt. 57, Lexington, 40503, 276-4592, 

277-9811 
Lange, William E. Jr , 5515 Ken Ln., Louisville, 40258, 935-4710, 

361-0123 
Lawson, Donald Tarlton, 116 College Pk., Barbourville, 40906, 

546-5658, 546-5157 
Leahy, Martin Patrick, 2907 Cromarty Way, Louisville, 40218, 491- 

6766, 587-5215 
Leiand, Lawson, 949 DePorres Ave, Lexington, 254-1009, 254- 

8074 
Lee, Charles J., P O. Box 57, Williamsburg, 40769, 549-3766. 528- 

5851 
Lee. Greg. Rt. 3. Box 325. Pikeville. 41501. 432-8993. 432-1414 
Lee. William A.. Box 116. Wallins Creek. 40873, 664-2127, 573-5027 
Ledford, Tom, 2702 Wren Rd., Ft. Campbell, 42223, 431-4482 
Leiand, Lonnie L , 1857-A Chatsworth Circle, Lexington, 40505, 

299-5300, 299-4317 
Leneave, Robert E., 205 E. 18th St., Benton, 42025, 527-3661, 898- 

2431 
Leonard, James G., 550 Hickory, Bx 32, Calvert City, 42029, 395- 

7237, 395-7121 
Lentry, Rick, 3051 Kirklevington Dr„ #185, Lexington, 40502, 272- 

6329, 259-1331 
Lenz, James W., 2812 Pomeroy Drive, Louisville, 40218, 491-9409 
Lenz, Thomas A.. 6025 Six Mile Lane, Louisville, 40218, 499-0038, 

588-4161 
Leslie, Bennett Lee, Box 186, Prestonsburg, 41653,874-9543,886- 

6866 
Leslie, Jerry M , P O. Box 292, Auxier, 41602, 886-9998 
Lewis, Leslie Eugene, 460 Rose Ln., Apt 8, Lexington, 40508 
Lewis, Joseph Catron, 1245 Summitt Dr., Lexington, 40502, 266- 

7246, 748-3994 
Liggett, Ernest, 46 Home St., Newport, 41071, 491-8061, 221-1234 
Lile, Clyde F., Route 6, Hopkinsville, 42240, 886-5584, 886-2433 
Lillie William Westly, 1707 Dundee Rd., Louisville, 40205, 459-9193, 

456-1586 
Lindon, Bob, 1215 Higbee Mill Rd., Lexington, 40503, 278-2439, 

272-2486 
Linkes, Clifford C, 395 Redding Rd., #188, Lexington, 40502, 272- 

8722, 564-3020 
Littrell, Kenneth v., 3401 BTishoffCt, Lexington, 40502, 269-4405, 

259-0411 
Lockwood, Richard C, R.R. 5, Box 340, Harrodsburg, 40330. 865- 

4246 
Logan. Michael, Gen, Del. South Shore, 41 175, 932-3310, 354-7551 
Long, James E., Box 73, Baskett, 42402, 827-5000, 827-1867 



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Long. Scottle J., Route 5, Box 232, Henderson, 42420, 826-5419 
Looney, James Ona, Gen. Del,, Ashcamp, 41512, 754-9300, 754- 

4866 
Looney, John P., 292 Bellefonte Circle, Ashland, 41101, 325-1038 

836-9681 
Lowe, Allen K., 2707 Indian Run, Flatwoods, 41139, 836-2377 
Lowe, Ronald L,, 6707 Stana Dr., Louisville, 40258, 447-4792 
Lowe, Stanford F., P.O. Box 377, Russellville, 42276, 726-6647 
Lowe, William H., 6803, Apt. #13. Sebree, Florence, 41042, 371- 

2994, 871-4500 
Luckett, Paul J., R.R. 4, Box 173, Owensboro, 42301, 229-4244, 

683-3532 
Luckett, Thomas Edward, 811 Florence Court, Owensboro, 42301, 

685-1994, 683-3532 
Lusby, George H, 615 Pueblo Trail, Georgetown, 40324, 863-1440, 

863-3805 
Lutz, William Kent, 8188 Capitol Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio 45244, 474- 

3210, 579-1188 
Lykins, James O., 2833 Campus Dr , Ft Mitchell, 41017, 331-7675, 

261-2980 
Lynch, David A., 2602 Boone St , Ashland, 41101, 325-0333, 329- 

7253 
Lynch, Lester F., 702 N. Mam, Elizabethtown, 42701, 765-2060, 

769-5592 
Lynn, Donald L., 8 Cottonwood PL, Dayton, 41074, 441-1844, 482- 

2640 
Lyons, Ronald G., 3000 Winterhaven Rd., Louisville, 40220, 491- 

2391 
McClure, Jerry T., 1857 Courtland Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299-5465, 

293-1812 
McClure, Jerry T., 1857 Courtland Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299-5465, 

293-1812 
McClure, Tom, 204 Madison Ave., Bardstown, 40004, 348-9662, 

348-3931 
McConnell, J. D., 140 Crestview Rd., Russell, 41169, 836-6394, 

329-7441 
McCorkle, Bruce K., 7605 Fort Sumter Ct., Louisville, 40214, 371- 

4214, 581-3489 
McCormick, Don R., Rt. 5, Box 310, Frankfort, 40601, 223-0546, 

564-3400 
McCourt, Lowell A., R.R. 3, Ironworks Estates, Georgetown, 40324, 

863-6028, 564-7705 
McCowan, Connell, Rt. 1, Box 253, Corbin, 40701, 528-4932 
McCray, Carl G., Rt. #1, Box82A, Berea, 40403, 986-9471, 232-2308 
McDaniel, James B., 8045 Ayre Dr., Madisonville, 42431 , 825-3557, 

825-4141, X-272 
McDaniel, Kerry A., Rt. 2, Horse Cave, 42749, 528-3715, 524-1033 
McFadden, Jimmie, 649 Northside Drive, Lexington, 40505, 299- 

1635, 276-2021 
McFadden, Matthew S., 649 Northside Drive, Lexington, 40505, 

299-1635, 299-9411 
McGarey, Paul E., 4826 Sherwood Dr., Ashland, 41101, 325-0268, 

739-4166 
McGinty, L. V. Jr., 3926 Primrose, Paducah, 42001,442-8080,442- 

8050 
McGowan, James E., 1775 Mooreland Dr., Lexington, 40502, 269- 

9165, 232-3903 
McGrath, John R., 6221 Johnsontown Rd., Louisville, 40272, 937- 

6160, 775-6471 
McGrath, Robert C, 3221 Tara Gale, Louisville, 40216, 447-0346 
McKenzie, Kevin, Rt. 1, Box 20, Russellville, 42276, 726-3259, 

726-2451 
McKinney, Adelle F., 2770 Lavon Court, Radcliff, 40160. 351-5299, 

351-6818 
McMain, James A., 3420 Terrace Dnve, Erianger, 41 01 8, 727-0370, 

371-5201 
McNay, James F., 9602 Cochise Way, Louisville, 40258, 935-9225, 

282-8244 
McNeil, Larry David, 1208 Maple St., Flatwoods, 41139, 836-8959, 

325-4664 
Manning, Conley, Rt. 2, Box 240, Rockholds, 40759, 549-0250, 

549-2463 
Marshall, Kenneth E., 202 Huft Ave., Grayson, 41143, 474-6985 
Martin, Paul J., 1630 Griffith Ave., Owensboro. 42301, 684-6662 

685-5536 
Mason, Wardy C, 2018 N. Limestone, Lexington, 40505, 299-9344, 

232-4308 
Matheney, John B., 2903 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green, 42101, 

781-4590, 842-1953 
Massey, William R., 7713 Jonquill Dr., Louisville, 40358, 935-6259 
Masterson, William Gary, 5709 Spicewood Dr., Louisville 40219 
Maupin, Randall L., 427 Whispering Hills Dr., Lexington, 40503, 

272-1154, 259-1331, X-21 11 



Mayer, Edward A., 1527 Sylvan Way, Louisville, 40205. 456-4960, 

587-8885 
Mayer, Joseph J. Jr., 7512 Cedar Hollow Dr., Louisville, 40291 

239-0557, 491-7907 
Meadors, William J., 784 Covington Ave., Bowling Green 42101 

842-4141, 745-3347 
Meadley, Frank R., P.O. Box 675, Bardstown, 40004, 348-4831 

348-9281 
Meiman, JohnR., 1700 Deer Park Ave., Louisville, 40205 451-4596 

637-5492 
Meloan, Ross B., 909 Pogue, Murray, 42071, 753-0387, 762-6831 
Melson, Gary Bruce, 1612 Alexandria Dr. #7, 276-3782, 258-5654 
Mendenhall, Paul L., 3366 Cove Lake Dr., Lexington, 40502 269- 

6065 
Menshouse, Larry K., Rt. 3, Boxl, Donta Dr., Ashland, 41101 928- 

9170, 329-7317 
Mercker, George E., 1017 Ky, Home Life BIdg., Louisville 40202 

451-8399, 585-4251 
Metzger, Donald R, 9312 Cloverwood Ln, Fern Creek 40291 239- 

9813, 452-5516 
Meyer, James G, 2732 Thompson Dr., Bowling Green 42101 781- 

6328, 843-3255 
Meyer, Richard E., 454Glenview Ct., Edgewood, 41017 331-9735 

431-0462 
Mick, Paul E., P. O. Box 191, Marion, 42064, 965-2521, 965-3191 
Mickey. Elbert. Box 2471. Williamson, W. Va. 25661 235-3483 

235-2122 
Mifflin, Charlie K., 550 Iroquois Tr., Georgetown, 40324, 863-4291 
Miller, Paul W., 2520 Ravenwood Rd., Apt. 5, Crescent Springs 

41017, 341-9330, 542-5520 
Minta, John H., 307 Keswick Dr., Clarksville, Ind., 47130. 283-4778 

566-2591 
Mitchell, Glen C, 2017 Lydia, Ashland, 41101. 324-3471, 739-4113 
Modrell. Garry W.. 259 Merravay. Florence. 41042. 525-6384 491- 

2663 
Montell. Brad, Rt. 1, Woodburn, 42170, 529-5772, 842-0012 
Moody, Joel D., R.R. #2, Georgetown, 40324, 863-2264, 232-7313 
Moody, W. R., 2032 Oleander Dr., Lexington, 40504, 277-9622 

255-5612 
Moore, Bud Franklin, 5351 Whitmore Dr., Cincinnati, 45238, 922- 

8317, 961-8000 
Moore, Phillip H., R#6, Box 403, Bowling Green, 42101. 781-9340 

781-9647 
Moore. Robert W. Jr.. 441 Forest Ave.. Erianger. 41018. 342-6942 

491-6900 
Moore. William Kelly. 75 N. Lake Drive, Prestonsburg, 41653, 886- 

3623, 886-3083 
Moosmann, John A., Rt. #6, Bowling Green, 42101, 777-1222 
Morgan, Charles, 3500 Warwick Dr., Apt. 4, Lexington, 40502, 272- 

2105, 232-2204 
Morgan, Glenn W., 4724 Richardson Rd., Ashland. 41101, 324- 

3542, 329-7367 
Morgan, Keith P., 522 Taylor Dr., London, 40741, 864-9253 625- 

1886 
Morgan, Richard, 522 Taylor Drive, London, 40741, 864-9253 

864-5114 
Morris, Edward C, 153 Raintree Rd., Florence, 41042, 371-9496. 

727-2333 
Morris, Larry E., 4701 Sebree #1 Lane, Louisville, 40218, 459-1549 
Morris, Stephen W., 108 Vine St., Cynthiana, 41031, 234-2969, 

254-6412, X-727 
Morse, Richard K., 163 N. Deepwood Drive, Radcliff, 40160, 351- 

3748, 624-4646 
Morse, Russell E., 163 N. Deepwood Drive, Radcliff, 351-3748 
Moulton, John W., 805 Vz N. Central Ave. #16, Campbellsville, 42718. 

789-2224. 465-351 1 
Mullins. Bob. 3020 Clay Apt. 5. Paducah. 42001. 442-8150. 442- 

0246 
Mullins, Charles E., #864 U. of Louisville, 40208, 932-4277 
Murdach, Leslie, 965 Homestead TrI., Henderson, 42420, 827-4133 
Murray, Thomas W., 25 Ashton Rd., Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 331-1891, 

369-4742 
Myers, Ernest L., P.O. Box 33, Glasgow, 42141. 651-3708 
Naberezny. Paul M.. 1100 W. Main. Apt. B., Murray. 42071. 753- 

8326. 762-6851 
Nash. Richard C. 1625 Alexander Ave.. 684-0683. 684-9815 
Nelligan. Michael L., 2021 Lowell Ave., Louisville, 40205, 459-651 1 

425-8433 
Nethercutt, Bill, 82 Sycamore St., Huntington, W. Va. 25705 523- 

2112, 429-6741 
N ickell, Carl Duane, 237 Maxfield Drive. Paducah, 42001 , 444-6095 
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Nighbert, Charles W.. Rt. #4. Box 940, Williamsburg. 40769, 549- 

2476, 549-2353 
Noll, John T., 22 Forest. Ft, Thomas. 41075, 781-4169. 941-0300 
Noonan. Robert M., 144 Whirlaway. Corbin, 40701,523-0901,546- 

4188 
Norwood. Thomas R.. 811 Henry St.. Franklin. 42134. 586-3614. 

586-8242 
O'Beirne. Greg, 6541 Country Club Dr., Huntington, W, Va. 25705. 

736-3552. 324-7519 
Obel. Dave, 2335 Alexandria Pk. 448. Southgate. 41071. 781-2660, 

356-6605 
Oet|en, Gregory W., 1213 Corbett, Cincinnati. Ohio 45208. 871- 

9109 
Omar. Max G,. 908 Parkway Dr.. Owensboro. 42301. 926-3508. 

926-1110 
Onkst. Glen Alan. 806 Culver St.. Corbin. 40701, 523-0698, 523- 

5490 
Osborne, Lonnie, 220 Lakeview Dr., Pikeville, 41501, 432-5453, 

432-1414 
Osborne. Ted G.. Box 23008. Lexington. 40523. 269-1115 
Oser. Lawrence, 1021 Birch Dr., Lexington, 40505, 255-1271 
Osting. James E. II, 7518 Yorktown Rd, Louisville, 40214. 368-9631. 

635-5261 
Osting. John Douglas. 106 Ruth St.. Princeton. 42445. 365-9772. 

365-2522 
Owens. Bruce E.. 950 Leawood Sq.. Frankfort, 40601 
Owens, Lamarce, 1516 Olive St., Louisville. 40210. 778-1023. 585- 

8432 
Owens, Lewis Michael. 2824 Danpatch Dr.. Lexington, 40505, 293- 

5878, 272-8626 
Owens, Paul E.. 320 W. 4th Ave., Williamson, W.V.. 25661 . 235-6741 . 

235-2323 
Owens. Pete B.. 3366 Nevius Dr.. Lexington. 40513. 278-0016. 

232-4293 
Pace. Donald. 3087 Cleveland. Lexington. 40511. 293-0181. 252- 

5669 
Pace. Kevin. Rt. 1. Box 294. Corbin. 40701. 528-1636, 528-3140 
Page, James N.. P.O. Box 434. Corbin. 40701. 528-8263 
Palko. Edward T.. R#1. Owenton Rd,. Frankfort. 40601. 223-8833. 

873-4541 
Parker. Bob L.. 8602 Honor Ave.. Louisville. 40219, 969-9090, 

587-5276 
Passafiume. John J,. 7716 St. Bernard Ct.. Louisville. 40291. 239- 

4373. 454-0466 
Pate, Lloyd W., 608 Ronnie Road. Madison. Tenn. 868-3751. 868- 

2910 
Patterson. William C. 108 Carlisle Ave.. Greensburg. 42743. 932- 

4738. 932-4263 
Pierson. Frank R.. Box 217. Hewett. 25108. 369-1750. 836-5062 
Peeno. Harry R.. 412 General Dr.. Ft. Wright. 4101 1. 331-1981 
Perrin, James A.. 314 E. 16. Hopkinsville. 42240. 886-0474. 886- 

4462 
Peterson. Bill S.. P.O Box 667. Bardstown. 40004. 252-9959. 348- 

9224 
Pietrowski. Paul. 107 Oaklawn. Corbin. 40701. 523-0272. 528-1630 
Pinckney. Thomas A.. 5472 Kelley St.. Fort Knox. 40121. 624-2256. 

624-2424 
Pinkerman. Charles C. 3500 Hickory St.. Catlettsburg, 41129, 

739-6645, 324-7114 
Pinson. Paul L.. 2247 Home St., Ashland. 41101. 325-0181. 928- 

6441. X-476 
Pitstick. Jeffrey L.. 2206 Pinewood Dr.. Jeffersonville. Ind. 47130. 

288-8325. 288-3282 
Pittman. Spencer R.. 909 Boonesboro Rd . Winchester 40391, 744- 

8508, 744-4525 
Pitts, John L., 4103 DellaFay Dr.. Louisville. 40219. 968-8069 
Ponchot. C. Joseph. 3387 Appletree Ln.. Erianger. 41018. 342- 

6932. 342-6400 
Poole. Glenn. 317 Ridgewood. Versailles. 40383. 873-5124. 272- 

8626 
Potts, Roy A,, 431 E. Lee St.. Louisville, 40217, 637-4844. 776-4651 . 

X-277 
Powell. Robert L.. 4005 Pinecroft Drive. Louisville. 4021 9. 964-7590 
Powers. Elmer. 1017 N, Main. Barbourville. 40906. 546-6613. 864- 

2271 
Powless, Steven A.. 1950 Park Avenue. Paducah. 42001 
Preston. Delmas J., 2603 Butler St.. Ashland. 41101. 325-4839. 

329-5079 
Puckett. Robert O.. 813 Otter Creek Rd.. Vine Grove. 40175. 877- 

5362. 624-8432 
Pugh. Bob. 913 Witthuhn Way. Lexington. 40503, 278-0059, 276- 

4421 
Purcell, J. Kenneth, 1308 Diuguid Rd., Murray. 42071. 753-8233. 

762-4459 



Purcell. Michael R.. 2689 Anbeth Ct.. Lakeside Park. 41017. 341- 

4549. 961-6254 
Purwin. John Christian. Rt 13. Minnie Way. Bowling Green, 42101. 

842-8540. 842-7302 
Quehl. Harry "Bud". 9 Country Club Lane. Princeton. 42445. 365- 

2238. 365-7207 
Rains. Everett Paul. Rt. 4. Box 922, Williamsburg, 40769. 549-0240. 

549-0100 
Ralston. J Darrell. 107 Madison Ave.. Bardstown. 40004.348-9652. 

583-4471 
Randall. Leroy. Rt. 1. Box 231 A Alexandria 41001. 635-7448. 635- 

4161 
Ransdell. John D.. 130 Rolling Hills. Danville. 40422. 236-9355, 

236-2113 
Rapp. William C. 1836 Woodland. Ironton. Ohio 45638. 532-1983. 

532-7245 
Rapp. Timothy. 2923 New Haven Ct,. Flatwoods. 41139. 836-1392. 

329-333. X-8293 
Rascoe. Robert B.. 523Sumpter. Bowling Green. 42101. 842-2360. 

745-4896 
Rawdon. Richard M. Jr.. P.O. Box 631. Georgetown. 40324. 535- 

6198. 863-5400 
Read. Frederick K.. 1338 Greenup St.. Covington. 41 01 1,431-5197. 

431-5197 
Reams, Frank E., Route 1. Harned. 40144. 756-5169. 547-4491 
Reece. Jerry T.. 2808 Seattle Drive. Lexington. 40503, 276-2409, 

272-2486 
Ress. Gary Alan. 5810 Shelby St.. Louisville. 40291. 239-0976 
Reynolds. Elmer G.. P.O. Box 421. Loyall. 40854. 573-1828. 573- 

1900 
Riffe. Gary L. 1500 Bellefonte Rd.. Flatwoods. 41139. 836-2671. 

329-3333. X-8857 
Riley. Jeffrey L.. 216 Rose Wood Dr.. Bardstown. 40004. 348-3114 
Riley. Michael S-. Route 1. Mayfield. 42066. 382-2753 
Riley. Tim R.. Rt, 14. Box 225. Bowling Green. 42101. 843-6700 
Ring. William H.. 481 Rookwood Parkway. Lexington. 40505. 299- 

7089. 233-1335 
Roark. Jimmy W . P.O. Box 114. Pathfork. 40863. 664-2883. 664- 

3444 
Roberts. James E.. 1019 Pawnee Dr.. Elizabethown. 42701. 765- 

4739, 737-2700 
Roby, James B , 2206 Elmcrest Dr., Bardstown. 40004. 348-6264, 

348-9030 
Rose, Robert L Jr.. 5018 Garden Dr.. Shepherdsville. 40165. 957- 

5980. 778-4421 
Rosen. William H,. Box 2197. Williamson. W. Va.. 25661. 237-1092. 

235-1995 
Rouse. Donald J.. Jr.. 1530 W. 4th Ave . Williamson, 25661, 235- 

7000. 235-9974 
Rouse. Thomas L., 520 Erianger Rd.. Erianger. 41018, 727-3943, 

727-4484 
Runyon. Tommy D.. Box 181. Belfry, 41514, 353-9206, 353-7239 
Russ, Charles E., 2413 Mt. Claire. Louisville. 40217. 637-4158. 

778-2791 
Russell. Allen R.. 124 Laurel Dr.. Bellefonte. 41101, 836-4334, 739- 

4116, X-8857 
Russell, Gary E., 2112 Gregory Dr.. Henderson. 42420. 827-2437 
Sallee. Danny D,. 584 Storey Ave.. Harrodsburg. 40330. 734-9371, 

734-7711. X-250 
Sammons. C. J.. Red Jacket. W. Va,. 25692. 426-4171. 235-2122 
Satterly. Grant G.. Rt. 1. Box 205. Eminence. 40019, 845-4930, 

845-5639 
Sawyer, David M., 420 Holiday Rd.. Lexington. 40502, 266-8958, 

254-0386 
Saylors. Carlee. 1700 Main. Murray. 42071. 753-7979. 924-5602 
Schilling. Don L.. 246N. 38th. Paducah. 42001.444-6716.443-2441 
Schmitt. Paul E.. 2202 De Mel Ave.. Louisville. 40214. 361-3211, 

778-2773 
Schultz, Frank D., 128 Sue Helen Blvd.. Bardstown, 40004, 348- 

5137. 964-5911 
Scott, W. L,. 1816 McDonald Ave.. Lexington. 40503. 278-2844. 

278-9702 
Sellinger, Robert M., 14111 Tree Crest Ct., Louisville. 40223, 245- 

5666. 426-1650 
Seivy, Curt. 103 Steele, Corbin. 40701, 528-4677 
Sesher, James T., 7091 Manderlay. Florence 41042. 371-8128 
Shelley. Hugh R.. 3521 Oscar Ave, Rt. #2. 442-6489 
Shelton. James S.. 812 S. 2nd St.. Mayfield. 42066. 247-9963, 247- 

2992 
Shields, Dane. Rt. 5. 129A, Corydon. 42406. 826-2117. 826-2756 
Short. Bill L. 2701 Monroe St.. Ashland. 41101, 324-8656. 453-2161 
Shreve. Rod. 2808 Mt. McKinley Way. Lexington. 40502. 272-6758 
Shreve. Tim. 8730 Lanternlite Pkwy.. Louisville. 40220. 499-8219. 

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Simms, Clarence E., 610 Linden Ave.. Newport, 41071. 581-3026, 

243-3104 
Simpson, F. Delane, 1116 Calico Court, Bowling Green, 42101. 

781-5311, 798-6113 
Simpson, James H., Box 424, South Shore, 41 175, 932-3613, 932- 

3131 
Sizemore, Aster, 201 Sunvaliey Terrace, Hazard, 41701, 436-3402. 

436-2107 
Skaggs. Nathan L., Rt. 3, Box 263, Hodgenville, 42748, 325-3882 
Skaggs, Ronnie Ray, 3511, Burrell Dr., Louisville, 40216, 447-8926, 

448-5239 
Sligh, Jim E., Rt 7, Box 152, Ashland, 41101, 928-5859, 739-5111 
Small, David E., 600 Arbor Dr., Anchorage, 40223, 245-7954. 893- 

0262 
Smith, Arthur Lynn, 2217 W. Ormsby, Louisville 40210, 778-1185 
Smith. Donald R.. 441 East St.. Washington. Ohio 43160. 335-6779 
Smith. James Beverly. 211 S. 1st Street. Bardstown. 40004. 343- 

5402, 348-3943 
Smith, Ronald A., 561 Lisa Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299-9688, 255- 

5661, X-279 
Sohan, John Patrick, 2017 Peabody Ln #14, Louisville, 40218, 454- 

5046, 587-3271 
South, Stanley P., 57 Burton Court, Winchester, 40391, 744-0357, 

744-4812 
Sparks, Jerry. 11E West Southern Heights. Louisville. 40214. 368- 

1435 

Spath. William J.. 302 Cambridge Station Rd . Louisville. 40223. 

245-1701. 584-5209 
Spratling. Obie L.. 416 N. Logsdon Pkwy., Radcliff, 40160. 351-9482 
Staley. Jerry. 117 Inca Trail. Georgetown. 40324, 863-3440. 564- 

2880 
Starnes. Donald Scott. 206 Lewis Lane. Apt. 303. Newport. 41701. 

261-8209 
Staton, Frank E., 417 Fairview, Dayton, 41074, 261-8718, 761-3458 
Stayton, Jeffrey "Hoss," 508 East 21st, Covington, 41014, 261-6793 
Stephenson, Harry S., 1612 Hawthorne, Lexington, 40505. 299- 

1757. 233-8221 
Stettenbenz, Lawrence N.. 5801 BrandywyneCt.. Louisville. 40291. 

239-1468, 491-4120 
Stikeleather, Clyde L., 730 School St., Leitchfield, 42754, 259-3885, 

259-3161 
Stout, William, 4401 Lupton Ct., I^aryville, 40229, 957-3579 
Stovall, Kenneth J., 214 Sage Rd., Louisville, 40217, 896-6237, 

588-4018 
Strader, Timothy V.. 1743. Nervie St.. Ashland. 41101. 324-8046. 

325-9911. X-385 
Strain. Andrew J.. Rt. 2. Pinewood Dr., Radcliff, 40160, 351-8389. 

367-5011. X-5203 
Strain. Richard P.. Rt. #2. Pinewood Dr.. Radcliff. 40160, 351-4306. 

624-2214 
Straus. William W . 121 Todds Rd. #47. Lexington. 40509. 269-4787 

Streible. Ronnie, Rt. 1, Box 77. Boaz, 42027. 554-0876. 442-6824 

Streicher. Richard A., 3249, Ellis Way, Louisville, 40220, 458-5254, 

584-7156 
Stuber, Charles E., R.R. 1, Box 706, London. 40741. 864-9219. 878- 

7900 
Stuedle. Raymond J.. 1404 Girard Dr.. Louisville. 40222. 425-3679. 

893-3852 
Stumbo. Jack. 290 Leawood Dr., Frankfort. 40601. 277-9513. 873- 

3241 
Stutler. Joseph H.. 812 W. Galbraith Rd.. Cincinnati. Ohio 45231. 

521-1126 
Sutherland. Fred, R#3, Box 231-B, Bardstown, 40004, 348-8739, 

348-9282 
Sutton. James A., 2111 Sutton Dr., Henderson, 42420, 836-6840 
Swarts, Joseph C, 135 Lane St., Coal Grove, 45638, 532-9349, 

533-4086 
Sweckard, Paul D.. 306 Par Lane, Elizabethtown. 42701, 737-2299, 

624-4915 
Swinford, John, 106 S. Elmarch Ave., Cynthiana, 41031, 234-2562, 

234-5820 
Swope, James R., 500 VanVoast, Bellevue, 41073, 581-4300, 793- 

2015 
Sword, Russ P., 601 Lovern St., Hazard, 41 701 , 439-2263, 439-1331 
Tackett, George, 223 Third St., Hazard, 41701, 436-2452 
Tackett, James B., 3315 Pinehaven Dr., Ashland. 41101. 325-2857 
Tandy. Samuel, 3307 Bobwhite Ave, Owensboro, 42301 , 685-3833. 

684-0448 
Tate, Ken Jr., 280 Boiling Springs Dr., Lexington, 40505, 254-0200, 

255-0835 
Taylor, James R., Rt. 2. Box 123. Ashland, 41101, 928-5792, 325- 

8426 



Tharpe, Willie, 2605 Oregon Ave., Louisville, 40210, 776-3480, 

778-6631 , X-257 
Thomas, Lyn H., Rt. 3. Box 176, Calvert City, 42029. 395-4035, 

395-7121 
Thomas, Paul R.. 706Gartrell Ct. Ashland. 41 101. 324-9603. 739- 

4166, X-8206 
Thomas, Raymond E., R R. 1, Box 505A, Central City, 42330. 754- 

5890. 338-5460 
Thomas. Raymond Earl. 212 Akin. Franklin. 42134, 586-6297. 

586-3261 
Thompson. Harrie G., 1673 N. Cleveland Rd.. Lexington, 40511, 

266-2819, 278-9331 
Thompson, Jeffrey L., 3841 Sundart Dr., Lexington, 40502, 272- 

8840, 278-2315 
Thompson, Tom D.,97 Carran Drive, Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 341-1809, 

292-4034 
Thompson, Victor Neil, 3211 Perimeter Dr.. Erianger. 41018, 727- 

8250, 579-9100 
Thomson, Cecil W., 3310 Lewis Lane. Owensboro. 42301, 684- 

4962, 684-8305 
Trice, Victor K., 731 S. 35th St., Louisville, 40211, 778-9591, 587- 

3761 
Timmering, George E., 4101 Manner Gate Drive, Louisville, 40220, 

491-7705 
Tinsley, Joe D., 2344 Russellvilie Rd., Bowling Green, 42101, 781- 

5698 
Tipton, Ronald E., 3021 Stanford Drive, Lexington, 40503, 272- 

1403. 266-0705 
Tipton. Steve W.. 1187 Kelsey Ct.. Lexington, 40504, 252-4771, 

887-1201 
Tompkins, Barrie E., 503 Lima, Lexington, 40505, 232-4287, 255- 

0835 
Towe, Paul F., 611 Lake Knoll Ct., Erianger, 41018, 727-8664, 

751-1334 
Trabue, Bruce A., Rt. 2, Box 222, Glasgow, 42141, 646-2921, 651- 

8859 
Trabue, David, 114 Maplewood PI., Glasgow, 42141, 651-3436, 

651-3926 
Trapp, Charles W., 34 Trapp Court, Alexandria, 41001, 635-9250, 

564-7183 
Treas, Joe W., P.O. Box 653, Fulton, 42041, 472-1604, 472-1836 
Treibly, Charles E., 2107 Starmont Rd., Louisville, 40207, 893-5855, 

426-2412 
Trice, Victor K., 731 S. 35th St., Louisville. 40211, 778-9591, 

587-3761 
Tucker, Charles N., 404 Locust St., Vine Grove, 40175, 877-5230, 

624-8230 
Tuitele, Matthew V. L., 203 Millbrooke Drive, Hopkinsville, 42240, 

886-8371, 886-6683 
Turley A. Howard, 7316 Wesboro Rd., Louisville, 40222, 426-7316 
Turner, Charles W., 700 Iroquois Trail, Danville, 40422. 236-6983, 

236-7171 
Turner, Paul Alan, 700 Iroquois Rd., Danville, 40422, 236-6983 
Turner, Paul Eric, 813 Park Street, Bowling Green, 42101, 842-2804 
Tye, Josh, 225 College St., Barbourville, 40906, 546-3745, 546-31 21 
Underwood. Jay Keith. 210 High St.. Apt. #3. Versailles. 40383, 

873-8894, 873-3076 
Uriage, Dick, 822 Highland Ave.. Fort Thomas. 41075. 441-5513, 

874-8820 
VanBogaert, Steve, 8614 Woodvally Ln., Louisville, 40299, 239- 

4224 
Vandermale. John A., 561 W. Third St., Lexington, 40508, 254- 

2975, 276-3914 
Vaughn, William E. Jr , 3016 Winding Trails, Edgewood, 41017, 

331-0823, 283-3451 
Vicory, Alan H., 104 K Winding Way. Kenton Hills, 41011, 291- 

2661, 421-1151 
Votaw, Albert M., Rt. #3, Harrodsburg, 40330, 734-9597, 734-7711, 

X-307 
Votaw, Paul Steven, Rt. 1, Salvisa, 40372, 865-2288, 223-8211 
Wade, Bill, R.R. #5. Morganfield. 42437. 389-1061, 389-2419. X-241 
Wade. Charles O.. 453A 8th Ave., Ft. Knox. 40121. 624-7193, 624- 

6525 
Waide, Harry D.. P.O. Box 449. Madisonville. 42431. 821-3870 
Waldrop. Harold D.. 3052 Rainier Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43229. 882- 

4976. 491-1309 
Walker. Ernest. 432, Apt. 200, Liberty St., Hazard, 41701, 436-2107 
Walker, Joe D., 508 E. Cedar St., Franklin, 42134, 586-8457, 586- 

3331 
Wallace, Kevin, Route 7, Box 82, Bowling Green, 42101, 563-4756 
Walters, Gary L., Rt. 4, Box 233H, Bardstown, 40004, 348-6263, 348- 

2977 
Ward, James L., 830 Tennessee Ave.. Pineviile, 40977, 337-6894 

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1979 CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS' STATE CHAMPION 





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Cathy Hogan. Second Row: Angie Hutton, Carolyn Bagby, Coach Lee Lange, Kathy 
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NOTRE DAME ACADEMY 

1979 Girls' Volleyball State Champion 




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Jayne Breggen, Margie Spenlau. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of tfie 
Kentucky High Schooi Attiletic Association 



VOL. XLII — No. 4 



NOVEMBER, 1979 



$1.00 Per Year 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 



The Board ot Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Building, Lex- 
ington, Kentucky, on Saturday morning, October 13, 1979. 
The meeting was called to order by President Barney 
Thweatt at 9:00 A.M. with all Board members. Commis- 
sioner Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioners Brigid 
DeVries, Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise present. Conley 
Manning and Darrell Wells were present representing the 
State Department of Education and the School Boards 
Association respectively. The invocation was given by 
Norman Passmore. 

Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Fairce 
Woods, that the minutes of the July 27 meeting be 
approved as submitted. The motion passed unanimously. 

President Thweatt introduced Mrs. Phyllis Ransdell to 
the Board. Mrs. Ransdell was appearing before the Board 
to appeal the Commissioner's ruling that her daughter was 
ineligible to compete in athletics at Atherton High School 
under By-Law 6, Section 1 , Transfer Rule. After a lengthy 
discussion of the reasons that Mrs. Ransdell presented to 
the Board for the transfer of her daughter to another 
school, Norman Passmore moved, seconded by J. D. 
Minnehan, that the decision of the Commissioner be 
upheld. The motion carried unanimously. 

Robie Harper presented letters from Greenville High 
School to the Board appealing the decision concerning 
Michael Lynn Bandy, a student who is ineligible under the 
provisions of By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule. After a 
discussion by the Board, Fairce Woods moved, seconded 
by Joseph McPherson, that the By-Law not be waived in 
this case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills reported to the Board on the 
times and dates of the 1979 Football Playoffs at the 
Fairgrounds, Louisville. Class A will play on November 23, 
12:00 Noon; Class AA will play at 2:30 P.M.; Class AAA will 
play at 8:00 P.M. On November 24, Class AAAA will play at 
8:00 P.M. 

Mr. Mills asked Assistant Commissioner Brigid 
DeVries to give a report on the first volleyball tournament. 
She reported that a State Girls' Volleyball Tournament will 
be held at Memorial Coliseum, University of Kentucky, 
Lexington, on October 26-27, 1979. She explained that it 
would be a pool play round robin type tournament and 
would start at 4:00 P.M. 

Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout gave a report on 
the State Cross Country with Class A and Class AA boys 
and girls meets being held at the Kentucky Horse Park, 
Lexington, on November 3, 1979, at 1:00 P.M. Class AAA 
boys and girls meets will be held on November 3, Tom 
Sawyer Park, Louisville, at 2:30 P.M. 

At this time Mr. Mills asked the Board to consider the 
price of the boys and girls state basketball tournament 
tickets as they would need to be ordered very soon. After a 
lengthy discussion, J. D. Minnehan moved, seconded by 
Norman Passmore, that last year's prices of $4.00 and 
$5.00 be accepted. The motion carried unanimously. 

There was a discussion on the distribution of passes to 
the coaches at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament. 
Jack Burkich moved, seconded by Zeb Blankenship, that 
upon presenting thesignatureof the principal of a member 
school, a girls' head basketball coach would be permitted 
to pick up a complete set of tickets to the Girls' State 



Basketball Tournament. The motion carried unanimously. 

After a discussion on the site of the state baseball 
tournament and upon the recommendation of Mr. Mills, 
Jack Burkich made the motion, seconded by D. J. Ramsey, 
that Fort Knox High School be the site of the 1980 State 
Baseball Tournament. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Barkley Moore and Coach Rick Stephens of 
Oneida Baptist Institute were introduced to the Board by 
President Thweatt. They came before the Board to appeal 
the ruling in the eligibility case of Richard Tsueda. He was 
ruled ineligible under the provisions of By-Law 6, Section 
1, Transfer Rule. Following a discussion on the appeal, D. 
J. Ramsey made a motion, seconded by Joseph 
McPherson, that By-Law 6, Section 1, not be waived in this 
case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Prin. Ledger Howard of Evarts High School, came 
before the Board to appeal the suspension of Evarts High 
School from participation in all athletic activities for an 
indefinite period of time, for the violation of K.H.S.A.A. By- 
Law 1, Section 7b. Mr. Howard requested that the 
suspension be lifted to permit Evarts High School to par- 
ticipate in basketball and baseball during the 1979-80 
seasons. After a lengthy discussion the Board declined to 
reinstate the membership of Evarts High School at this 
time and voted unanimously to instruct the Commissioner 
to investigate fully the report of additional violations and to 
submit his findings to the Board of Control at its next 
meeting on December 15, 1979. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Klump requested that the Board 
waive K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, in 
favor of their daughter, Kathy, to permit her to participate 
in athletics for Campbell County High School. Following a 
discussion of their presentation, Fairce Woods moved, 
seconded by Pete Grigsby, that the Transfer Rule not be 
waived in this case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Attorney Al Brooks and Mr. Douglas Sherwin came 
before the Board requesting a waiver of K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 
6, Section 1 , Transfer Rule, in favor of Scott Sherwin. After 
a discussion of the presentation made by Mr. Brooks and 
Mr. Sherwin, Zeb Blankenship made a motion, seconded 
by Joseph McPherson, that the Transfer Rule not be 
waived in this case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented a request by the Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association and the Athletic Directors 
Association that the Board of Control go on record as 
being opposed to changing the date of the Kentucky- 
Indiana All-Star games from June to April. After 
discussing the fact that the athletes would lose their 
eligibility for spring sports and the fact that they would be 
taken out of school for practice, D. J. Ramsey moved, 
seconded by Robie Harper, that the Board oppose the 
change of the Kentucky-Indiana All-Star games to April. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Pete Grigsby made a motion, seconded by Zeb 
Blankenship, that the following plan be adopted by the 
Board of Control concerning the ranking and assigning of 
officials to work boys and girls basketball games: 

"Each assigning secretary shall mail a roster of the 
qualified officials registered in the Region to each boys' 
and girls' head basketball coach within the Region and, 
after determining the number of officials needed, permit 
each coach to rank that number of officials numerically 
and return the list to the assigning secretary. The assign- 
ing secretary shall then compile a ranking of these officials 
from the returned lists, but shall have the right to add or 

Cont. on Page 2 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1979 



NOVEMBER, 1979 VoL XLII, No. 4 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville 

Vice Pres. . Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Directors Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg 

Pete Grigsby (1978-1980) McDowell: Robie Harper, Jr. 
(1979-1983) Drakesboro; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville; J D. Minnehan (1978-1982), LaGrange; 
Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington; D. J. Ramsey 
(1978-1982), Louisville; Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) 
Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 

From the Commissioner's Office 



National Federation 
Basketball and Wrestling Tests 

Part 1 1 of the National Federation basketball and 
wrestling examinations will be given all over Ken- 
tucky on Tuesday, December 4, to officials who 
wish to work for the Approved and Certified ratings. 
The basketball examinations will be given by the 
Assigning Secretaries in all regions. The sites will be 
determined by the Assigning Secretary. Wrestling 
Officials who wish to take this test should advise the 
K.H.S.A.A. and a copy of the examination will be 
sent to an examiner in your area. Officials registered 
with the K.H.S.A.A. for the first time this year are not 
eligible to take the test for a higher rating. 

THE GAME GUY AWARD 

The K.H.S.A.A. will continue the Game Guy 
Award. School representatives and registered 
officials may make nominations for the award. The 
eligible person should be a pupil at the junior or 
senior high school level who has overcome great 
physical handicap in order to take part in athletics. 
Letters of recommendation should be addressed to 
"Game Guy Committee, K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280. 
Lexington, Kentucky 40522." Deadline for the 1980 
nomination is April 1. 



REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. — 1979-80 

if onS teleptione number is given for an official, it is the home 
phone number unless otherwise designated- If two numbers are 
given, the first number is the home phone. 

Ashby, Don R., P.O. Box 15, Crofton, 42217, 424-5687, 885-3393 
Barker, John Ray, 2414 Valletta Rd., Louisville, 40205, 454-5913, 

636-2525 
Bryant, Stephen D., 203 Norris Dr., Clarksville, Tenn. 37040, 647- 

3019, 798-6319 
Buchanan, John, Rt. 8, Scenic Hills, Harrodsburg, 40330, 734-7438, 

236-9561 



Buckley, Warren D., 1762 Blue Licks Rd., Lexington, 40504, 278- 

8083, 233-4511, X-621 
Conroy, Edward, 6803 Cantrell Circle, Crestwood, 4001 4, 241-9800 
Davis, Jimmie F., Rt. 2, Box 185, Cecilia, 42724, 862-3702, 862-3924 
Easley, Dan W., Rt. 3, Nicholasville, 40356, 885-9613, 236-5211 
Francisco, Tony, 316 Avondale Ave., Middlesboro, 40965, 248- 

5542, 248-2436 
Goldman, Marc H., 1227 Ridgecliff Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45215, 

761-8012, 984-2503 
Hardy, Thomas W., Box 598, R.R. 3, Alexandria, 41001, 635-9001 
Hillock, Steven W., 7566 National Ln., Newburgh. Ind., 47630, 

812-853-2107, 812-853-4166 
Hubbard, Edward O., 1726 Shirley Ave., Clarksville, Ind., 47130, 

812-944-6082, 812-283-6729 
Keen, Richard Scott, 5407 Carnae Ct. #32, Louisville, 40216, 447- 

2193 
Lineberry. Theodore V,, 5111 Nancy Ave., Louisville, 40216, 447- 

5075 
Lynch, Charles Jr., 106 Cash Ct., Vine Grove, 40175, 877-5033, 351- 

3167 
McBride, James S., 241 Shady Lane, Lexington, 40503, 276-4689, 

252-0740 
Mann, Lawrence V., 1948 Mellwood Ave., Louisville, 40206, 897- 

3959, 897-1583, X-71 
Miller, Greg, 8014 Crenelle Dr., Louisville, 40228, 964-7137, 366- 

5267 
Owens, Lewis F., 12224 Ledges Dr., Middletown, 40243, 245-7641, 

426-8950 
Rushing, Charles W., 1762 Frankfort, Louisville, 40206, 895-9562, 

896-9667 
Salyers, Don, 7 Hollywood Dr., Florence, 41042. 525-6694, 371- 

5697 
Schofield, Dennis J. 33 Summit Ave., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 441-1434. 

441-3200 
Shircliff, Bruce A., 5114 Graston Ct., Louisville. 40216, 448-2899 
Stork. Michael Gene, 261 Easton Ln,, Burlington, 41005. 586-5821 
Sundberg, Daniel L., 923 Springmont Dr., Hopkinsville, 42240, 

886-1943, 886-8167 
Sweat. Michael F., Rt. 4, Elizabethtown, 42701 , 737-7448, 862-3924 
Warren, Lawrence A,, 1161 Church Ave., Corydon, Ind.. 47112, 

738-3419, 738-2166 
Weenolsen. Robert O., Jr., 302 Lansing Ave., Louisville, 40214, 

366-8200, 425-2451 



BOARD MINUTES 
(Cont. from Page 1) 

delete officials for just cause. The number of scratches to 
be allowed by each coach shall be determined by the local 
policy committee. After the ranking procedure has been 
completed, the assigning secretary shall assign the 
officials on a nondiscriminatory basis to all boys and girls 
games. The assigning secretary shall file a copy of the 
ranking of the officials along with a copy of all boys' and 
girls' game assignments v*/ith the Commissioner." The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Assistant Commissioner Brigid DeVries presented 
copies of the recent survey taken among member schools 
concerning limitation of seasons in all sports. She pointed 
out that 123 schools voted in favor of limitations being 
placed on all sports activities while 72 schools were 
opposed. The survey also showed that 52 schools have a 
local board policy providing that no athletic contests may 
be played either at home or away when schools are not in 
session due to inclement weather. Ninety schools 
indicated that they favored this policy while 103 schools 
were opposed. President Barney Thweatt requested that 
the Board members study the results of this survey for the 
purpose of making recommendations during the 
December meeting of the Board of Control. 

The Board of Control set the next meeting date for 
December 15, 1979, at9:00 A.M. at theK.H.S.A. A. Building, 
Lexington. 

Jack Burkich moved, seconded by Denzil Ramsey, 
that all bills for the period beginning July 1, 1979, and 
ending September 30, 1979, be allowed. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

There being no further business, Zeb Blankenship 
moved, seconded by Robie Harper, that the meeting 
adjourn. The motion passed unanimously. 



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Page Three 



CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 




CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 




Kathleen Beumel, Apollo High School, individual 
winner. Class AA, Girls' Cross Country. 



Doug Fultz, Russell High School, individual winner, 
Class AA, Boys' Cross Country. 



1979 CROSS COUNTRY MEETS 
Results — Class A and AA 

The official State High School Cross Country 
Championship Meets for both boys and girls in Classes A 
and AA were held for the second time at the Kentucky 
Horse Park, Lexington, and the Class AAA was held at E. P. 
Sawyer State Park, Louisville, on November 3, 1979. Mr. 
Jerry Stone managed the A and AA in Lexington and Bro, 
Borgia of St. Xavier High School managed the Class AAA. 

Individual winners in each class were as follows; Class 
A — Greg Briscoe, Corbin High School; Mary Shuber, 
Berea High School. Class AA — Doug Fultz, Russell High 
Scnool; Kathleen Beumel, Apollo High School. 

Team scores in Class A were as follows; BOYS — 
Model, 49; Somerset, 77; St. Mary, 84; Bishop Brossart, 
118; Grant County, 150; Fort Campbell, 170; SilverGrove, 
238; Lee County, 238; University Breckinridge, 276; 
Jenkins, 285; LaRue County, 292; West Hardin, 295; 
Covington Latin, 340; Hancock County, 346; Lexington 
Catholic, 364; Muhlenberg Central, 372; Williamsburg, 
382; Riverside Christian, 445; Owen County, 505. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class A 
finished is given below including the times: 

BOYS — I.Greg Briscoe, Corbin (16:04); 2. Sam Love, 
Trigg County (16:20); 3. Curt Rader, Somerset (16:29); 4. 
John Barr, Model (16:51); 5. David Narramore, Jenkins 
(16:58); 6. Larry Kennedy, St. Mary (17:03); 7. Bill McGee, 
Covington Latin (17:05); 8. Ernie Weyhrauch, Model 
(17:06); 9. Bob Hehman, Bishop Brossart (17:08); 10. 
Monte Orchard, Model (17:19). 

Team scores in Class A were as follows: GIRLS — Fort 
Campbell, 52; Lexington Catholic, 81; Owen County, 83; 
Grant County, 117; Walton-Vernona, 158; Trigg County, 
160; Menifee County, 182; Bath County, 194; Somerset, 
194; Fort Knox, 209; Barren County, 257. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class A 
finished is given below, including the times: 

GIRLS — 1. Mary Shuber, Berea (10:49); 2. Cathy 
Hogan, Fort Campbell (11:38); 3. Angle Hutton, Fort 



Campbell (11:43); 4. Eileen Warren, Lexington Catholic 
(11:48); 5. Jamie Baker, Silver Grove (11:48); 6. Phyllis 
Grubb, Corbin (11:51); 7. Cathy McEllistrem, Lexington 
Catholic (11:52); 8. Kathleen Warren, Lexington Catholic 
(11:54); 9. Kim Hawkins, Bath County (11:55); 10. Karen 
Dues, Grant County (11:58). 

Team scores in Class AA were as follows: BOYS — 
Highlands, 99; Daviess County, 124; Pulaski County, 127; 
Apollo, 167; Lloyd, 174; Oldham County, 198; Covington 
Catholic, 212; Adair County, 222; Tates Creek, 231 ; Meade 
County, 239; Grayson County, 256; Knox Central, 324; 
Bourbon County, 329; Russell, 346; Lafayette, 373; 
Paducah Tilghman, 401; Franklin County, 418; Scott 
County, 424; Hopkinsville, 457; Taylor County, 486; Boyd 
County, 496; Montgomery County, 680. 

The order in which the first t5n runners in Class AA 
finished is given below, including the times: 

BOYS — 1. Doug Fultz, Russell (15:58); 2. Steve 
Cornelius, Pulaski County (16:11); 3. Mark McMahan, 
Meade County (16:29); 4. Walter Gary, Knox Central 
(16:42); 5. Mike Rhodes, Daviess County (16:50); 6. Darin 
Suter, Lloyd (16:51); 7. Ray Brake, Lloyd (16:54); 8. Jay 
Hodge, Holmes (17:00); 9. Stanley Syra, Bowling Green 
(17:01); 10. Juball Dawes, Scott County (17:05). 

Team scores in Class AA were as follows: GIRLS — 
Highlands. 94; Daviess County, 97; Franklin County, 116; 
Taylor County, 144; Pulaski County, 159; Notre Dame, 179; 
Apollo, 183; Oldham County, 195; Harrison County, 247; 
Hopkinsville, 249; Boyd County, 260; Christian County, 
266; Grayson County, 275; Lloyd, 327; Madison Central, 
362; East Carter, 390. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class AA 
finished is given below, including the times: 

GIRLS — 1 . Kathleen Beumel, Appollo (10:52); 2. Kelly 
Everman, Franklin County, (10:59); 3. Karen Daniel, 
Owensboro (11:17); 4. Lori Linville, Daviess County 
(11:19); 5 Jill Stemile, Oldham County (11:27); 6. Pam 
Raglin, Bourbon County (11:28); 7. Kerrie Marshall, Dixie 
Heights (11:29); 8. Debbie Siegmundt, Highlands (11:36); 
9. Martha McKee, Highlands (11:37); 10. Debbie Meece, 
Pulaski County (11:38). 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1979 



HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL 
1979 Class AA Cross Country Girls' State Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Jeanne Hoffman, Jerri Smitti, Tina Ossege, Bonnie Riffe, Patti Murray, 
IHeather Davis, Terr! Smith, Mary Farrell. Second Row: Coach Chuck Guilo, Bonnie Beckman, 
Cindy Trout, Kim Murray, Martha McKee, Debbie Siegmundts, Stacy Kisker, Coach Chris Cowan. 



HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL 

1979 Class AA Cross Country Boys' State Champion 




(left to Right) Front Row: Rick Drake, Jack Mohr, Randy Ketterer, Tim Rouse, Mike Cook. Second 
Row: Coach Chuck Gullo, Mike Orth, Jim Ling, Mike Ling, Steve Orth, John Knauer, Dave Culp. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1979 



Page Five 



CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 




Mary Shuber, Berea High School, 
individual winner, Class A, Girls' 
Cross Country. 



CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 




Greg Briscoe, Corbin High 
School, individual winner. Class 
A, Boys' Cross Country. 



MODEL HIGH SCHOOL 
1979 Class A Cross Country Boys' State Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: John Barr, Jim Adams, Matt Waters, Bob Waters. Second Row: Coach Tom Smith, 
Fred Creamer, Monte Orchard, Ernie Weyhrauch, Mgr. Phil Seyfrit. 



Page Six 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1979 



— NOCSAE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS — 

CERTIFICATION, RECERTIFICATION AND RECONDITIONING 

(Prepared by the National Federation of State High School Associations) 

I. THE NOCSAE SEAL 

QUESTION; Does the 1980 National Federation Football Rules 
require that the NOCSAE seal be on all helmets used? 
ANSWER: If the NOCSAE seal is not displayed on or inside the 
helmet, the school must be able to document that the helmets 
which do not carry the NOCSAE seal are ot the year and model 
number which met NOCSAE test standards when manufactured. 
QUESTION; A school purchased helmets in 1975 that were on the 
NOCSAE approved list but did not contain a NOCSAE seal. May 
these be worn? Can these be recertified? 

ANSWER; Yes, as long as a school can verify the helmets are of a 
model number and year from a list of helmets which met NOCSAE 
standards, they would fulfill the NOCSAE requirement, and would 
be eligible for recertification, if desired, by areconditionerwhohas 
NOCSAE testing equipment. 

QUESTION; How will the football officials check to verify that all 
players have complied with the NOCSAE helmet rule? 
ANSWER; It will not be necessary for the umpire to make a specific 
inspection of helmets to determine if all carry the NOCSAE seal. 
The umpire will ask each team's head coach to verify that all his 
players are equipped with all mandatory equipment — including 
NOCSAE certified helmets. The responsibility for insuring that 
proper equipment is being worn rests with the institution and its 
coaches, trainers and equipment managers. 

II. RECERTIFICATION 

QUESTION; Is recertification required? 

ANSWER; There is no National Federation Football Rule, or 
NOCSAE requirement, that makes it mandatory to have helmets 
either reconditioned or recertified. All concerned, the athlete, the 
coach, the equipment manager and the school administrator, have 
the same responsibility to maintain the safety standards of the 
helmet, as they do for any other piece of protective equipment. 
QUESTION; Can a non-NOCSAE approved helmet be recertified? 
ANSWER; No. Only a helmet which was certified at the time of 
manufacture may be recertified. 

III. RECONDITIONING 

QUESTION; Can a helmet be reconditioned without being 
recertifed? 

ANSWER: While some reconditioners who have NOCSAE testing 
equipment will, as a matter of policy, include recertification in its 
reconditioning process. National Federation Football Rules DO 
NOT REQUIRE recertification of reconditioned helmets. 
QUESTION; Must a reconditioner have NOCSAE testing 
equipment to recondition a helmet? 

ANSWER; No. However, if recertification is desired, only those who 
have NOCSAE testing equipment and follow NOCSAE testing 
procedures may recertify a helmet. 

QUESTION; Can recertification be done by concerns that are not 
members of NAERA (National Athletic Equipment Recondition- 
ing Association)? 

ANSWER; Yes. Reconditioners who have NOCSAE testing 
equipment and who follow NOCSAE testing procedures, either 
with their own equipment or through an independent testing 
laboratory, may recertify a helmet. 

IV. SCHOOL MAINTENANCE OF HELMETS 

QUESTION; Can a school repair or remodel a helmet without 
jeopardizing its certification? 

ANSWER; Normal maintenance, such as replacing snap-out type 
padding, chin straps and face protectors with other equipment 
specifically designed for the helmet(s) in question, would not 
change the certification status of the helmet. However, if a helmet is 
altered by reducing or remodeling the padding, drilling additional 
holes for face protector attachments, especially if they are in close 
proximity to previously drilled holes, could reduce the protective 
ability of the helmet. 

Schools who repaint helmets are cautioned to use only paint 
supplied or recommended by the helmet manufacturer. 
QUESTION; Can a waiver be obtained to extend the deadline to 
wear NOCSAE certified helmets past the 1980 season? 
ANSWER; No. The requirement that student-athletes would have 
to wear NOCSAE certified helmets was first mentioned in the 1974 
National Federation Football Rules and adequate time has been 
given to insure compliance with the regulation. Definite improve- 
ments have been made in the design and construction of football 
helmets and much of the credit can be given to the voluntary 
adoption of the NOCSAE test standard by helmet manufacturers. It 



is believed that as a result of the adoption of the NOCSAE test 
standard, the number of football injuries and fatalities due to head 
injuries has decreased significantly. 

V. NOCSAE REQUIREMENTS FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 

QUESTION; Must Junior High players also have a NOCSAE 
approved helmet in 1980? 

ANSWER; If the Junior High School isalsoamemberof astatehigh 
school association that is represented on the National Federation 
Football Rules Committee, it has the same obligation to meet 
NOCSAE standards as do the Senior High Schools. If the Junior 
High Schools in that state have a separate organization not 
affiliated with the State High School Athletic or Activities Associ- 
ation, and that organization has adopted the National Federation 
Football Rules, the Junior High would have the same obligation to 
follow this rule as any other National Federation Rule, UNLESS the 
governing body for the Junior High Schools in that state has 
decided to set aside the NOCSAE requirement. If there is no 
organization to which the Junior Highs are responsible, it is 
conceivable that they could modify, or write any rule they wanted. 



1979 Girls' State High School 
Volleyball Tournament 

The following is the results of the first State Tournament for 
Girls' Volleyball held at Memorial Coliseum, University of Ken- 
tucky, Lexington, on October 26-27, 1979; 



Pool I - Records 

'Villa Madonna-Highlands 
11 15 

15 3 

15 8 



Pool II - Records 

•Qur Lady/Providence- Assumption 
13 10 

15 10 



■Highlands- 


-Mercy 


'Notre Dame-Assumption 


15 


11 


15 12 


14 


11 


15 13 


Rowan County-'Villa Madonna 


'Our Lady/Providence-Paul Blazer 


1 


15 


15 3 


4 


15 


15 9 


Rowan County- 


'Highlands 


'Assumption-Paul Blazer 


11 


13 


15 6 


1 


15 


15 12 


"Villa Madonna-Mercy 


'Notre Dame-Paul Blazer 


15 


4 


15 


15 


9 


15 5 


Rowan County-'Mercy 


'Notre Dame-Our Lady/Providence 


11 


15 


15 5 


15 


12 


11 13 


11 


15 


14 8 


Matches 


Won Lost 


Matches Won Lost 


Villa Madonna 


3 


Notre Dame 3 


Highlands 


2 1 


Our Lady/Providence 2 1 


Rowan County 


3 


Assumption 1 2 


Mercy 


1 2 


Paul Blazer 3 



Saturday, October 27, 1979 
Single Elimination Tournament 



Our Lady/Providence 



Villa Madonna 

15-10-V 
13-11-0 



16-14-0 
Our Lady/Providence 15-12-0 

15-12-N 

15-12-N 



Notre Dame Academy 



Notre Dame 



15-3-N 

12-7-N 
Highlands 



Notre Dame 



Girls' State Volleyball, All-Tournament Team 

Kate Arnzen, Highlands; Jill Kohrs, Notre Dame; Tammy 
Collins, Rowan County; Janie Scheper, Villa Madonna; Paula 
Darpel, Notre Dame; Freda Simpson, Villa Madonna; Lori 
Erpenbeck, Villa Madonna; Anne Wicke, Assumption; Jenny 
Fleissner, Our Lady/Providence; Lisa Williams, Mercy Academy; 
Mary Hugan. Notre Dame; Kay Hancock, Mercy Academy. 



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REGISTERED FOOTBALL 
OFFICIALS of the K.H.S.A.A. 1979 
Cont from October Athlete 



Wanchic, Nicholas, 101 Southview Dr., Nicholasville, 40356, 885- 

6627. 252-6673 
Ward, Tom A., P.O Box 231, Bowling Green, 42101, 781-3122, 782- 

1059 
Warner, Robert R., Box 52. Owlngsvilie, 40360, 674-6654 
Warren, Bige R , Box 29, Barbourville, 40906, 528-0559, 546-9211 
Washer, Charles R., 3922 Bank St., Louisville, 40212, 776-6416, 

^69-2377 
Watson, James W., 5830 Flaig Dr., Fairfield, 45014, 874-0513, 579- 

5289 
Weber, Thomas C , 5809, Brandyvyne Ct., Louisville, 40291, 239- 

5066, 426-6020 
Wedge, Paul Denny Jr., 1531 Cabell Dr., Bowling Green, 42101, 

842-6732, 781-1067 
Welch, Henry C, 301 Maxwell St., Stanford, 40484, 365-9694 
Wells, Glenn M, 517 Edgar Ct, Erlanger 41 018, 727-2481,292-5344 
Wells, Theodore G., 916 Powell Lane, Flatwood, 41139, 836-9940 

928-6414, X-Food Svc. 
Welton, Donald L., P O. Box 1026, New Gordon Sta , Ft Knox, 

40121, 624-2820, 624-4325 
Westhoff, Greg, 56 Cayton Rd.. Florence, 41042, 283-2542, 241- 

5511 
Wetzel, Ralph M., P.O. Box 398, Livermore, 42353, 278-2708, 278- 

2716 
Whalen, Billy, 2084, St Teresa Dr., Lexington, 40502, 269-4580, 

233-4166 
Wheatley, William L., Route 1-B, Springfield, 40069, 336-9918, 

692-6622 
Whelan, James F., 974 Chickasaw, Madisonville, 42431, 825-0528, 

821-7427 
White, John S., 2512 Monroe St , Ashland, 41101, 325-7032, 329- 

7418 
White, Russell D., Rt. #3. Box 323, Ironton. Ohio 45638 
Whitt, Mike, Box 24, Red Jacket, W. Va., 25692, 426-801 0, 235-8051 
Whitt, Peirce Edward, 331 W. 4th Ave., Williamson, W. Va., 25661, 

235-7549, 235-3690 
Wigginton, L. Thomas, 730 Brookline Apt. #4, Louisville, 40214, 

367-2102, 361-0123 
Wilbert, Don, 4420 Santa Paul Ln., Louisville, 40219, 969-8733, 

448-2761 
Wilder, Jerry R., 2042 Tulip Dr., Bowling Green, 42101, 781-3569, 

745-2691 
Williams, Buford, 2277V2 Old Mill, Shepherdsville, 40165, 543- 

4632, 543-7021 
Williams, James Allen, 112 Green Street, Horse Cave, 42749, 786- 

2867, 758-2214, X-35 
Williams, James H., 529 Hilda Dr., P.O. Box 722, Gallipolis, Ohio 

45631, 446-4855, 446-4772 
Williams, Terry R., 1105Crestview Way, Prospect, 40059, 228-4593, 

582-2563 
Willis, Donald A., P.O. Box 421, Prestonsburg, 41653, 886-9521, 

285-3407 
Wilson, James L, 3819Greenwich Way, Louisville, 40218, 491-4683 
Wilson, Larry E., 103 McAlpin Ave., Erlanger, 41018, 727-3156 
Winfrey, Steve, 215 Dorchester, Bowling Green, 42101, 781-5507, 

781-6400 
Wood, Walter A., Rt. #1, Leesburg Rd., Georgetown, 40324, 863- 

2553, 232-7355 
Wozencraft, Thomas D., 926 S. Woodland, Radcliff, 40160, 351- 

9389, 624-7551 
Wray, Robert E., Jr , 3702 Iron Horse Way, Valley Station, 40272, 

937-2946 
Wray, Robert F., 3190 Burnham Ct., Lexington, 40503, 278-2886 
Wright, Howard L., 309 Forest Ave., Erlanger, 41018, 342-7396, 

731-9343 
Wright, James Lloyd, Rt. 1, Oxford Rd., Georgetown, 40324, 863- 

3628, 232-7688 
Wright, John David, 1758 Raleigh Rd., Lexington, 40505, 293-1903, 

254-0505 
Wuertz, John R., 9805 Renown Ct., Louisville, 40299, 491-4310, 

X-373 
Wyatt, George W., P.O. Box 60, Whitesburg, 41858, 672-2219, 

633-2292 



Wyatt, Henry S , Rt 4, Box 141, Paris, 40361, 987-6420, 987-6779 
Yancey, Henry L , 9048 E. Estrada Ave , Ft. Knox, 40121, 624-6269, 

624-1223 
Yates, George A., 516 Collier Ct., Lexington, 40505, 293-1033, 

564-3020 
Young, James L., 709 Adela Ave., Ludlow, 41016, 581-5419 
Young, William F., 3348 Fir Tree Ln., Erlanger, 41018, 342-8957, 

261-2108 
Youngren, Duane R., 2806 Rockford Ln., D5, Louisville, 40216, 

447-0206 
Zimmer, Tom, 114 Summit Dr., Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 341-4566, 431- 

4272 
Zinninger, Steven L , 4401 Lupton Ct., Maryville, 40229, 957-3579 
Zirkle, Roland E , 525A, Stryker VIM, Ft. Campbell, 42223, 431- 

5128, 798-5910 
Zogg, Joe F, 2002 Lydia, Owensboro. 42301, 683-0152 



REGISTERED BASKETBALL 
OFFICIALS of the K.H.S.A.A. 1979 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, it is the 
home phone unless otherwise designated. If two numbers are 
given, the first is that of the home phone. 



Acton, Claude J , R. 3, Box 1 748, Somerset, 42501 , 379-6479, 379- 

2360 
Adams, Benny, General Delivery Buckhorn, 41721, 398-7176 
Adams, Richard W., Rt 3, Box 210, Whitesburg, 41858, 633-5174 
Adkins, Jerry W., 210 May St , Harlan, 40831, 573-3910, 573-2350 
Akins, Clyde B, 826 Jones St., Paducah, 42001 , 443-5262, 444-631 1 
Alexander, Howard S., Rt 2, Box 49A, Crittenden, 41030, 428-1230 
Alexander, Ron J., 211 Main St., Harlan, 40831, 573-5022, 573-6411 
Allen, Chris T., Rt 2, Box 567, Portsmouth, 45662, 776-6492, 353- 

1161 
Allen, Jeffrey L., Jefco, M.H.P. Lot #4, Racliff. 40160, 351-981 1 , 351- 

6011 
Allen, Thomas E., Rolling Heights, Brandenburg, 40108, 422-4360, 

422-4931 
Allen, Yvon, Box 377, Hazard, 41701, 378-7391, 378-7761 
Anders, Raleigh A., Route 4, Box 372 C, Keavy, 40737, 864-4060, 

528-3912 
Anderson, Danny D., 7001 Daisy Ave., Louisville, 40258, 935-821 1 , 

288-6611 
Anderson, Michael L., R.R. #2, Mayfield, 42066, 623-8826 
Anderson, Ralph, Rt 7, Box 144, Bowling Green, 42101, 563-4123, 

563-291 1 
Appling, James, Rt 4, Box 43-1, Russellville, 42276, 726-7106 
Arflin, Tracy T., 7540 B McDevett Cir., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624-5366, 

624-3311 
Arnold, Eddie, 3746 Louisa Rd., Catlettsburg, 41129, 739-5686 
Arvin, Joseph Michael, 312 Lockhost Heights, Nicholasville, 40356, 

885-9624, 254-3816 
Ash, Mikie Lerome, 2667 Delta Ct., Radcliff, 40160 
Asher, Joe L., Gen Del. Garrard, 40941, 598-2850. 598-9421 
Ashlock, Robert L., Rt #2, Methodist St., Cecilia, 42724, 862-3558, 

769-1334 
Ashurst, Michael Lee, St Rt Box 00, Wallins Creek, 40873, 664-3910, 

573-5027 
Askins, Ray, R.R. 3 Box 72, Philpot, 42366, 729-4320 
Atwood, Bobby, Route 2, Hustonville, 40437, 346-2761 
Avard, Ralph Edward, 1414 So. 3rd St., #1, Louisville, 40208, 634- 

7533, 366-4561 
Azevedo, Vernon, 3101 Dewey Dr., Lexington, 40502, 269-6403, 

254-4475 
Backert, John A., 3507 Autumn Way, Louisville, 40218, 451-5505 
Bailes, Roger D., 127 E. Woodlawn, Louisville, 40214, 368-2278, 

933-3876 
Bailey, Joe, Park City, 42160, 749-3481, 749-3421 
Bain, Stanley T, 1 103 Nancy Lee Drive, Louisville, 40213, 587-1292, 

366-0248 
Bair, David J., 1436 Mt. Ranier, Lexington, 40502, 272-5793, 269- 

3326 



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Baird. Deborah A., 320 Somerset St., Stanford. 40484, 365-2409, 

236-3150 
Baker, James Preston, 3226 Glengyle Ave., Cincinnati, 45208. 321- 

2769, 241-5640 
Baker, Janice F., 4008 Addison Ln, Shively, 40216, 447-6539, 945- 

2538 
Baker, Jeffery L., Rt 2, Wingo, 42088, 376-2782, 382-2611 
Baker, Peggy E., 9808 Orlandi Ct, Jetfersontown, 40299, 267-6687 

452-3794 
Baker, William A., 5640 A Folger St., Fort Knox, 40121, 624-5565 
Baldwin, Dennis E., 4605 Myrick PI, Valley Station 40272, 935-0667 

368-2536 
Ball, Charles Philip, P.O. Box 991, Middlesboro, 40965, 248-4806, 

248-2125 
Banks, Paul Jr., 928 Diedrich Dr., Flatwood, 41139,836-4807, 836- 

9419 
Barker. Kenny, Rt Box 157, Cynthiana, 41031, 234-6550, 863-5555 
Barnard, Phillip E., Rt 10, Box 154-E. London, 40741, 864-9265, 

878-9300 
Barnes, Barry L., Rockport, 42369, 274-3028 
Barnes, Conard Gene, Box 202, Rockport, 42369, 274-9362 
Barnett, Gordon L., Rt 2, Box 155A Hazard, 41701, 436-3043 
Barnhill, E. Carl, P.O. Box 791, Bowlmg Green, 42101. 901-686- 

0190, 781-9600 
Barrett, William, 711 Bluegrass, Frankfort, 40601, 227-4424, 564- 

3540 
Bartley, Joseph R., P.O. Box 483, Muldraugh, 40155, 942-6323, 624- 

3046 
Barton, Ronald G., L-6, Seminary Village. Louisville. 40207. 

897-5491. 897-5491 
Basler. Mel. 856 Malabu Dr. #94. Lexmgton. 40594. 269-5576, 253- 

0531 
Bates, James R.. 370 Hazard Rd., Whitesburg, 41858, 633-7158. 

633-9177 
Baumann. Michael G.. 103 Center St.. Wilder. 41071. 431-7034 
Baxter. William H.. 113 Wedgewood. Glasgow. 42141. 651-3300, 

651-8859 
Beard, Charles H., P.O. Box 176. Lewisport. 42351 
Beck. Robert E.. 7530 Merlyn Circle, Louisville, 40214, 368-1965 
Beckner. Gene. Box 32. Manchester. 40962. 864-9102, 598-2161 
Belcher. Gerald T. Jr., 812 Smith Dr., Bowling Green, 42101, 842- 

0882 
Belcher, Jack, Red Bird Mission. Beverly, 40913, 337-5957 
Belcher, Wm. Otis, Box 99, Le Junior, 40849, 837-8119. 573-4470 
Bell, Clarence T., 3812 Meadow Have Rd, Louisville, 40218, 491- 

2846, 582-6034 
Bell, Gregory, Gen Del , Huddy, 41535, 353-4730 
Bell, Ronald Keith, 239 Tucker Station Rd. Louisville, 40243. 245- 

6036. 893-2577 
Bernardini. Bruno, 203 Taft Drive, Clarksville, 37040, 552-1507. 

798-4917 
Bertrand, Earl F., 554 Accrusia Ave., Clarksville. 47130. 283-8721. 

589-4841 
Bertsch. Ronald L.. 113 Moock Rd., Southgate, 41071, 581-5790, 

381-0890 
Beshears, James T., 41 1 E. Hall, Dawson Springs, 42408, 797-8809, 

821-2824 
Bishop, Paul D, 1 14 Mayo Ave., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 781-3599. 292- 

5317 
Blair. Jeff. P.O. Box 224. Hindman, 41822. 785-5844. 785-3133 
Blakeman. Mike T.. 1035 Legion Park Rd.. Greensburg. 42743, 932- 

3461. 932-5865 
Blodgett. Marianne, 344 Glendale Ave., Lexington, 40505, 259- 

1064, 255-0835 
BIythe, John Wesley, 1005 So. 14th St., Mayfield, 42066, 247-8352, 

247-2574 
Bohanon, Alan Kent, 106 Ridgecrest Dr., Campbellsville, 42718 
Boisture, Roy W., Rt 2, Fredonia, 42411, 545-3497, 545-3301 
Bolt, Donald Dee, Rt. 1, Box 836, Grayson, 41143, 474-5740, 736- 

8681 
Bond, Terry Lee, 11 Circle Dr., Crestview, 41076, 441-0723, 421- 

1417 
Borie, Jon, 1301 Kentucky St., Bowling Green, 42101, 842-4636, 

843-3249 
Boucher, Larry G. Jr., 206 Pin Oak Place, Frankfort, 40601, 227- 

9976, 564-4550 
Boyd, Buiy C, 237 Creekview Dr.. Paris, 40361 , 987-241 1 , 269-2336 
Boykin, Arthur L., 1612 Madison Paducah, 42001, 442-4621, 524- 

9394 



Bradley, Edward E., 110 Church St., Burkesville, 42717, 864-3792, 

864-4387 
Bradley, Phillip Darrell, 1530 Quincy St, Louisville, 40206, 583- 

5138, 588-9391 
Brady, Ron, 85 Arcadia. Ft. Mitchell. 41017. 341-8502. 431-6133 
Branham. Donald R.. 211 Holiday Rd.. Winchester. 40391, 744- 

1156, 744-6412 
Branham, George, 2708 Lorraine St., Ashland, 41101, 325-3690, 

329-7253 
Brantley, Delmer L, 3513 A Sarah Ln.. Bowling Green, 42101 843- 

3212 
Brashear. Loy Ray. Rt 8. Box 52, Elizabethtown. 42701, 737-5127 
Bray, Richard, P.O. Box 267, Monticello, 42633, 348-3861, 348-8786 
Breenenstuhl, Jim, P.O. Box 101, Pleasant View. 40769, 549-9486 

549-2463 
Brewer, Charles A., 4407 Billy Bone Ct., Louisville, 40229, 964-9741 
Brewer, Jerry, Box 8, Bonnyman, KY 41719, 436-6200, 436-3155 
Brock, Jack W.. Rt 7, Clays' Ferry Est. Richmond, 40475, 623-5152. 

259-3456. X-211 
Brock. John D., Rt 1, Box 262 B., Pineville, 40977, 337-3368, 337- 

2329 
Brockman. Gerald K.. 1015 Sir Lancelot Ln, Louisville. 40222, 425- 

6133, 566-4437 
Brody, Theresa. Box 164. Wheelwright, 41669, 452-2417 
Brooks, Stephen L., 305 Parkwood PI. Frankfort, 40601, 223-0734. 

227-2201 
Brothers. Dottle. 5350 Westhall Ave., Louisville. 40214. 368-5607. 

584-8269 
Brown. Barry. 330 Weil Lane. Nicholasville. 40356, 885-6657, 252- 

4902 
Brown. David H.. P O. Box 121. Caneyville. 42721. 879-9511 
Brown. Judy C. 7818 Bramble Ln. Louisville. 40258, 933-2458 
Brown. Michael Ray. R R., Box 107 AA, Scottsville. 42164. 237- 

4935. 237-5444 
Brown. Rickie Fay. 105 A Embark Ct., Glasgow, 42141, 651-9224, 

651-8877 
Brown, Ronnie E., Rt 4, Box 608, Mt. Vernon, 40456 
Brown, Stevan J.. 10 Skyline. Crestview. 41076, 781-4674, 825-4604 
Brown. Wendell. 513 West 16th St., London, 40741, 864-2372, 878- 

9700 
Browning, Wayne. 7080 Fowler Dr.. Madisonville, 42431,821-5958, 

821-3033 
Browning, John T.. Rt 2. Box 598. Ashland, 41101, 928-5727, 928- 

9144 
Bryant, Jimmy W., 4916, Determine. Louisville, 40216, 448-4153, 

363-2332 
Buerger, Timothy W., 406 Caldwell Dr., Elsmere, 41018, 727-3283 
Bullock, James D., Rt. 4, Box 66, Madisonville, 42431. 825-0788. 

464-9579 
Bullock, Larry E., Box 11, Brodhead, 40409. 758-8301. 256-2195 
Bunch. Wm. Terrell Jr., Gen. Del. Pleasant View, 40769, 549-2259, 

549-1870 
Burch. Bill W.. 2128 Mantz St.. Ashland, 41101, 324-8397, 324-5050 
Burchett, Wendell, Box 242, Albany, 42602, 387-7409, 387-6643 
Burdette, Randall, C, 141 Miller Drive, Paducah, 42001, 898-3756, 

444-6311 
Burkart, Robert L., 507 Bunker Ct., Covington, 41011, 341-4035. 

341-0400 
Burkeen. Phillip C. 659 Wakefield. Bowling Green. 42101. 842- 

4182. 842-9840 
Burroughs. Marsue. 2475 Thornberry Ct., Lexington, 40509, 269- 

2453, 252-8216 
Buch. Karmen B.. 5814 Brandywyne Ct.. Louisville, 40291, 

239-5627, 267-7486 
Bussell, Floyd W., 406 2nd St., Carlisle, 4031 1, 289-2965, 234-3306 
Butcher, Douglas, Meally, 41234, 789-5553, 789-6147 
Butcher, Stephen D., Box 14, Meally, 41234, 789-4218, 432-2733 
Butner, Billy M., R#1, Lancaster, 40444, 792-3503, 636-6421 
Byars, Don W., 1928 Cottonwood Dr., Lexington, 40503, 277-2215, 

258-8892 
Camacho, Marcus A., Rt 1, Glencoe, 41046, 643-5601, 567-5761 
Cambron, John Lane, 4 Congress Dr., Morganfield, 42437, 389- 

3087, 882-4294 
Campbell, Dexter Lane, Gen. Del, Ulvah, 41856, 663-2835, 663- 

9881 
Garden, L. Gene, 1706 Barley Way, Bowling Green, 42101, 781- 

0575 
Carey, James R. Jr., 2915 Rockaway Dr., Louisville, 40216, 447- 

3379, 774-7228 



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Carlton, Robert W,, 506 S. Railroad St , Earlington, 42410, 383- 

3651, 767-2247 
Carpenter, Jasper, 208 Wtiitfield, Lexington, 40503, 272-51 66, 564- 

7800, X-426 
Carr, Larry, 929 Palomino Dr., Villa Hills, 41016, 341-9276, 243-6060 
Carver, Harold, Wayne, P,0. Box 292, Albany, 42602, 387-5909, 

387-5276 
Casey, Ancle Lee, Box 192, Freeburn, 41528, 456-8123 
Cash, Ctiarles C 616 Hennlock Dr., Calvert City, 42029, 395-4709, 

395-4165, X-217 
Cash, Harold Lee, 4502 Norwiood Dr., ScienceHill, 42553, 423-2851 
Castle, Banner, Box 162, Lovely, 41231, 395-6359, 395-5378 
Catron, Ken, 164 Lakeshore Dr., Apt. 12, Lexington, 40502, 498- 

2173 
Ceaser, James A., 434 Roling Wood Cir., Fayetteville, 28303 
Cecil, J. Ronald, 2804 Springbud Ct., Louisville, 40220, 491-9812 
Centers, Mike, Rt 5, Box 444A, London, 40741, 878-6813, 897-5314 
Chaffin, Jotin B., 450 Rhea Blvd. Russellville, 42276, 726-8836, 726- 

6434 
Chappie, Charles A., 1532 Holman Street, Covington, 41011, 581- 

5841, 431-1300 
Chattin, Ernie, 615 17th St., Ashland, 41101, 324-2665 
Chick, William A., Rt 6, Russellville, 42276, 542-4928 
Christopher, Randall, Rt 1, Irvin, 40336, 723-4386 
Clark, Betty Lou, R.R. #1, Box 68. Webster, 40176, 496-4216 
Claycomb, Eddie H., East Main St., Horse Cave, 42749, 786-2796, 

651-9005 
demons, Robert L., P.O. Box 45, Sharpsburg, 40374, 247-5001, 

498-2660 
Cline, Jack D, 122 Roan Rd , Versailles, 40383, 873-5045, 277-6186 
Cobb, Mike B., 525 Ashmoor, Bowling Green, 42101, 781-5139, 

781-4585 
Coffman, W. Steve Jr., 4902 Swaps Ln, Louisville, 40216, 447-0658, 

448-7174 
Cole, Terry D., Route 2, Auburn, 42206, 542-4378, 726-9513 
Collier, Burnard, P.O. Box 38, Sidney, 41564, 353-7620, 353-7239 
Collier, Doug, 934 Chester Dale Circle, Cincinnati, 45246, 671- 

3140, 341-0216 
Collins, Hubert, US. S. 23, Wittensville, 41274, 297-3152, 297-3361 
Collins, Ron K., 2590 Buttermilk, VillaHills, 41017, 341-0578, 731- 

9972 
Combs, Sherman, P.O. Box 47, Feds Creek, 41524, 631-1723, 835- 

2278 
Compton, Adolphus H., 9807 Lancewood Rd., Louisville, 40229, 

969-2577, 634-9441 
Conley, Joseph D., 2436 Roosevelt Ave., Ashland, 41101, 324-6042 
Cook, Chandla-- D., P.O. Box 1 1 , Corbin, 40701 , 523-0903, 528-6838 
Cook, Donald W., 3268 Mt. Foraker, Lexington, 40502, 273-2118, 

278-8124 
Cook, Edwin S. Ill, P.O. Box 361, Olive Hill, 41164, 286-5186 
Cook, Preston, 219 Jan St., Campbellsville, 42718, 465-6426, 465- 

8389 
Cooper, John F., 512 E 3rd St., Augusta, 41002, 756-2373, 243-5037 
Cooper, Mary Linda, 312 Cumberland Ave., Apt. E, Barbourville, 

40906, 546-6020, 546-4175, X-43 
Copley, Sidney M., 2660 Guyan Ave., Huntington, W. Va. 35702, 

475-2881, 475-2141 
Cornelison, Michael R., P.O. Box 7, Berea, 40403, 986-9568, 233- 

2557 
Cotton, Carl W., 515 Central Ave., Wurtland, 41 144, 836-6803, 836- 

1956 
Couch, Elbert W., Box 655, Hyden, 41749, 672-2659, 672-2425 
Cox, James M., Rt 7, Box 378, Ashland, 41101, 928-9827 
Cox, Kenneth E. Jr., 2805 Mt. McKinley Way, Lexington, 40502, 

272-4907, 299-2213 
Cox, Thomas O., 1309 Glengarry Way, Henderson, 42420, 826- 

0308, 827-2043 
Crager, Bobby F., 1 703 Mary Ellen Dr., Flatwoods, 41 1 39, 836-6069, 

836-8186 
Craig, Ronald, R.R. 2 Versailles, 40383, 873-5286, 564-4896 
Crick, Dwaine, Box 373, Nortonville, 42442, 676-8397, 825-3223 
Crick, James E., R.R. #3, Greenville, 42345, 338-5057, 338-3033 
Crick, Marvin S., Gen. Del., Nortonville, 42442, 676-3566 
Crisp, Jackie Day, Box 113, Allen, 41601, 874-2219 
Crittendon, David, 316 Wright, Mayfield, 42066, 247-9856, 247-71 83 
Crittenden, Fred M., 9028 C Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624- 

5959, 624-1736 
Croley, Jerry Wayne, P.O. Box 478, Williamsburg, 40769, 549- 

4367, 549-1234 



Cross, Jeffrey A , P.O. Box 391, Muldraugh, 40155, 942-6463, 351- 

5449 
Cross, Roger, Doe Valley Pk, Brandenburg, 40108, 422-3870, 422- 

4931 
Crowell, Jimmy D., 607 Barness St., Providence, 42450, 667-2908 
Crum, Garry T., P.O. Box 619, Meally 41234, 789-4603, 789-4211 
Crumb, Steve R., 2251 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green, 42101, 781- 

3180 
Crume, Jane B., P.O. Box 463, Bardstown, 40004, 348-8076 
Crump, Edward G., 7862 A Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624-5961 
Crutcher, Marion, Box 294, Rt 1, Irvington, 40146, 536-3476, 547- 

4491 
Crutcher. Paul M., R.R. 1, Box 148, Ekron, 40117, 828-3745, 624- 

8349 
Cundiff, Curt, Rt 2, Box 920, Morehead, 40351, 784-7320, 784-4604 
Cunningham, Robert L., Box 576, Stanton, 40380, 663-2674, 886- 

9116 
Curtis, Ella Mae, 308 Upland Dr., Stanford, 40484, 365-9955, 365- 

9114 
Curry, Randall L., 203 A McFerran, Horse Cave, 42749, 786-1559, 

786-1697 
Curtsinger, Garvey L., R.R. 3, Carlisle, 40311, 289-2003, 234-2340 
Cupp, Jackie R., Rt 4, Box 499-B, London, 40741, 864-6886, 878- 

9300 
Dallas, Stephen Kent, 27 Laurel Drive, Hebron, 41048, 689-5272, 

485-7727 
Damron, Adam G., 303 Carolina Ave., Winchester, 40391, 744-7901 
Daniel, Roger T., P.O. Box 15, Paintsville, 41240, 789-3372. 886- 

2311 
Daniels, Steve A., Eastside Park Rt 1. Butler, 41006. 472-5461 
Dant, Joseph B., 2913 Sheldon Rd., Louisville, 40218, 491-7196, 

491-3440 
Davis, Harold T., R.R. 3, Beaver Dam, 42320, 274-4159, 274-7893 
Davis, Jay W., 710 Pine Ridge, Hopkinsville, 42240, 885-4684, 885- 

5355 
Davis, William R., Box 314, Inez, 41224, 298-4245, 298-7721 
Day, Jack L., 605 Morehead St., Central City, 42330, 754-4700, 754- 

2272 
Day, Richard W., 1606 Alexandria Dr., Lexington, 40504, 277-9759, 

255-0739 
Decker, Jim, 14010 Bekcley Trace, Louisville, 40223, 245-6361, 

245-0238 
Denham, Alan R., 2625 Amsterdam Rd, Villa Hills, 41017, 341-2102, 

431-6132 
Denham, Edward, Rt5, Box 470, Berea, 40403, 986-1138, 623-5121 
Dennedy, T. Robert, 5994 North Glen Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45211, 

574-3125, 574-3511 
DeVary, Bill, 3237 Raven Circle, Lexington, 40502, 277-7237, 232- 

7362 
Dierig. Thomas H., 4 Joseph PI., Cold Spring, 41076, 781-4470 
Dill, J. Roger, P.O Box 561, Mt. Washington, 40047, 538-7233 
Divine, Wayne L., 626 Walnut, Central City, 42330, 754-2783, 754- 

4474 
Dixon, Billy M.. Rt. 3, Box 552. Hazard, 41701, 436-4605, 439-1970 
Dixon, Oscar, 137 Ridgehea Drive, Williamstown, 41097,823-0371, 

824-4402 
Dixon. Ron R.. Rt. 3. Bx. 393. Ashland. 41101, 928-9691, 325-7828 
Dobson, Jon Barry, 1814 Versailles Rd., Lexington, 40504, 254- 

3579 
Doll, Allen, R.R. 1, Campbellsburg, 40011, 732-4512, 732-4268 
Drake, Richard R., 72 Donnelly Dr., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 411-4235 
Duff, Birchen, Garrett, 41630, 385-4564, 358-9618 
Durbin, Hade, Jr., 303 Morningside Dr.. Elizabethtown. 42701. 

765-7893, 769-2359 
Durbin, Roy, 2911 Dale Ann Dr., Louisville, 40220, 452-1730, 587- 

5237 
Eades, William Mark, 905 Broad, Central City, 42330, 754-3647, 

754-2510 
Eads, Ronald L., 3141 Starling Dr., Lexington, 40502, 278-6759, 

259-1411, X-353 
Eastridge, Michael Ray. R R. 2. Box 457A. Horse Cave, 42749, 786- 

1389, 786-2171 
Eaves, James K., 104 South Western Pkwy., Louisville, 40212, 

778-0137, 581-5796 
Ebel. Jack, 1 225 Venetian Circle, Lexington, 40502, 273-2372, 654- 

6981 
Edwards, W. Glenn, P.O. Box 573, Monticello, 42633, 348-9583, 

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Edwards, Wayne D.. 118 Avery Dr., Greensburg, 42743, 932-4960, 

932-5391 
Eha, Steven, 2200 Richmond Rd,, Apt. 204, Lexington, 40502, 266- 

9350 
Elliott, Jerry O., 805 B. Ville St., Corbin, 40701, 528-6579, 528-5311 
Elliott, Michael C, Rt. 3A, Springfield, 40069, 336-7543, 336-3681 
Ellis, Kenneth G., 39 Kenner St., Ludlow, 41016, 292-0177 
Ernst, Danny Lee, 7404 Oswego Circle, Louisville, 40214,368-5565, 

367-3366 
Estes, Walter R., Rt. #1, Box 320, Owensboro, 42301, 281-5609, 

729-4052 
Etienne, Donald H., Magnet, Ind., 47555, 843-5265, 547-2316 
Evans, Alvin, 716 Cumberland Ave., Jellico, 37762, 424-7636, 

424-6420 
Evans, Danny Ray, Box 507, Elkhorn City. 41522, 754-5244 
Evans, Lewis, R.R. 2, Morgantown, 42261, 526-4310, 526-3361 
Everage, Richard D., R.R. 2, Box 270, Hazard, 41701, 251-3837 
Everly, Phyllis, Route 2, Central City, 42330, 754-2304, 476-8775 
Everly, Randy, Route 1, Beaver Dam, 42320, 274-9768, 232-4213 
Fannin, Ronald E., Rt. 3, Spring Hill Estates, Frankfort, 40601, 695- 

1448, 227-7321 
Farley, Jimmy, 120 Lynnwood Dr., Lancaster, 40444, 792-4874, 

255-4404 
Faulk, Terry W., 743 Clearview Dr., Madisonville, 42431, 825-4383, 

664-2223 
Featherstone, Jerry, Box 414, Mayfield, 42066, 247-7448, 347-3553 
Featherstone, John E., 3416 Kramers Ln., Shively, 40216, 448-1483 
Feger, George, 2602 Mt. Vernon G., Louisville, 40220, 451-4190, 

968-3361 
Feher, Al, Box 746, Lynch, 40855, 848-2547, 848-5431 
Feltner, Danny Ray, R.R. 2, Box 151A, Hazard, 41701, 436-5152, 

436-3155 
Fields, Jerry W., Box 246, R.R. #1, Maysville, 41056, 883-3233, 

564-2508 
Fields, Rufus, Jr , Rt. 12, Box 297, London, 40741, 864-4051, 878- 

7301 
Fille, Michael B., Box 205, Flemingsburg, 41014, 849-4367, 845- 

9331 
Fisher, Steven Riley, Smith Mills, 42457, 533-6396, 826-8843 
Fisk, Rodney Douglas, 5561 Taylor Mill, Covington, 41015, 581- 

1317, 727-1555 
Fitzer, Carl R., 5619 Taylor Mill Rd., Covington, 356-5559 
Flesch, Jerome P., 3113 Lawrence Drive, Edgewood, 41017, 341- 

8223, 684-2176 
Fletcher, John, 1301 Tanglewood Dr., Corbin, 40701, 528-2291, 

528-3902 
Florence, Joseph 5804 Cadillac Dr., Independence, 41051, 356- 

7670, 581-3191 
Floyd, Joe W., R.R. 1, Lancaster, 40444, 792-2728 
Fox, Carl, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 5G-2. Booneville, 41314, 593-6659 
Francis, James P., Box 5D, Garrett, 41630, 358-9398, 886-2354 
Frazer, Tom Roe, Route 1, Sturgis, 42459, 333-4412, 333-4672 
Freppon, Thomas E.. 26 Madonna Ln , Cold Spring, 41076, 781- 

0583, 421-1800, X-286 
Frey, William, 4218 Ripplecreek, Cold Spring. 41076, 781-2685, 

431-1335 
Fritschner, John B., 171 7 Greenup Ave., Ashland, 41 101 , 325-0566, 

325-8571 
Fritz, John C, 3057 Dale Hollow, Lexington, 40502, 269-7663. 

266-2131 
Fuell, William Patrick, P.O. Box 8214, Louisville. 40208, 634-8569 
Gabbard, John P., Box 512, Beattyville, 4131 1, 464-3352, 464-2204 
Gaddie, Gary, Lot 5, Hill Crest Tr. Pk.. Elizabethtown, 42701 . 769- 

5537 
Gabbard, Keith, Box 31, McKee, 40447, 287-7091, 287-7101 
Gaines, Curtis, 1514 Young St., Henderson, 42420, 827-4181, 

827-3537 
Gambrel, Don, P.O. Box 43, Gulston, 40830, 573-9413, 573-4848 
Gann, Ronnie W., Rt. 13, Box 58, Bowling Green, 43101, 781-7741, 

842-1681, X-298 
Gardner, Gary M., Route 2, Munfordville, 42765, 524-3316, 862- 

3287 
Gayheart, Damon Duane, Allen, 41601, 874-2606, 886-2338 
Gentry, Dale J., 6301 Oak Valley Dr., Louisville, 40214, 447-5981, 

634-4500 
Geurin, Joe D., Jr., Rt 5, Box 400, Murray, 42071, 436-5653, 753- 

3014 
Gibson, Charles M., Rt. 3, Frankfort Rd., Georgetown, 40324, 863- 

1981, 863-2640 



Gibson, Gerald Lee, R.R. 1, P.O. Box 61A, Uniontown, 42461, 

822-9115 
Gibson, Marcus, Estill, 41627 

Gilland, Lisa Marie, 2218 Amboy Dr., Louisville, 40216, 448-4027 
Gillespie, Vicky L., 2407 Roddy Rd., Louisville, 40216, 448-6951 
Glisker, Barry A., 751A Washington Blvd., Madisonville, 42431, 

821-8169, 821-5141 
Goble, John P., 113 Magnolia, Nicholasville, 40356, 885-3870, 

623-3404 
Godbey, Tom, Rt. 3, Box 107, Catlettsburg, 41129, 325-7530, 

324-2123 
Golden. Leonard T., Box 341, Lynch, 40855, 848-2388, 848-2833 
Goldey, William H, 866 Lamont Lane, Henderson, 42420, 827-3622, 

827-2561 
Gooch. Gary W.. 4646 Bellevue Ave., Louisville, 40215, 366-7286, 

964-7201 
Gordon, Dwight, R.R. 2, Moreland. 40437, 346-5641, 346-2589 
Gordon, Roy T., 1701 Cherry Lane, Shelbyville, 40065, 633-2558, 

633-4929 
Gorham, Charles, Slavisa, 40372, 865-4380, 223-8211 
Gornet, Mary Patricia, 59 Hallsdale Dr., Louisville, 40220, 491-0233 
Gorrell, E. Howard, Box 33, Auburn, 42206, 542-6312, 542-6689 
Grant. Neilson E.. 401 Broad St.. Apt. 1, Beaver Dam. 42320. 274- 

4908. 274-7893 
Gray. Homer. P.O. Box 65. Harned, 40144. 756-5184 
Greathouse. Frank C. R.R. 2. Box 1500. Lewisport. 42351. 295- 

3393. 683-1561 
Green, Donald, 832 Brand, Ma^jjield, 42066, 247-6038, 247-6445 
Green, James D., 207 Adairland Court, Glasgow, 42141, 651-5678, 

651-5196 
Greene, Bert, P.O. Box 36, Olive Hill, 41164, 286-4921, 286-2481 
Green. Steve. P.O. Box B. London. 40741, 878-0754, 878-0861 
Grefer, Thomas J., 65 Geiger Ave., Bellevue, 41073, 491-3219, 

261-8655 
Gregg, Lonme A., 419 Monument St., Falmouth, 41040, 654-8312, 

654-3385 
Gregory, Barbara, Box 226, Flat Lick, 40935, 546-4338 
Gribbins, Jerry G., Rt. 2, Lebanon, 40033, 692-6849, 692-3786 
Griffith, Michael R., 662 Oak St., Madisonville, 42431, 821-0445, 

821-5242 
Griffith, Robert E., 1st St., Martin, 41649. 285-9898 
Groce. Ralph. Rt. #2. Albany. 42602. 387-5459, 387-6416 
Gupton, George, 1050 Leion Pk. Rd., Greensburg, 42743, 932-4253, 

932-4200 
Gupton, Lawrence, P.O. Box 219, Greensburg, 42743, 932-7830 
Guthrie, Gilliam, P.O. Box 45, Mayfield, 42066, 247-0170, 347-0049 
Haas, Tom v., 10 Rosa PI., Cold Spring, 41076, 441-9570, 261-2035 
Hacker, David S., Box 145, McKinney, 40448, 346-5263, 625-4406 
Hackett, Wilbur L. Sr., 1472 Olive St., Louisville, 40210, 772-0493, 

452-4109 
Haddix, Daniel E., 437'/; Court St., Jackson, 41339, 666-4093 
Hafley, Joseph E., 498 Mockingbirg Hill, Harrodsburg, 40330, 734- 

7780, 734-3331 
Hainline, Charles C Rt. #10, Millstone Drive, Richmond, 40475, 

623-4779, 623-9376 
Halbert, Kathy, Box 19, Langley, 41645, 285-3745, 285-3346 
Hale, David, Wellington, 40387, 768-3474, 784-6872 „ 
Hale, John A.. 151 Todds Rd.. #480. Lexington. 40509.' 266-1 760. 

254-6402 
Hale. Richard W.. Route 2. Box 229. Maysville. 41056. 759-7550. 

564-4808 
Hall. Bruce E.. Box 517. Virgie. 41572. 639-9002 
Hall. Donald W.. #32, Kite, 41828, 447-2525, 946-2774 
Hall. Joseph Morris. Box 34. Myra. 41549. 639-2084. 754-4866 
Hall. Richard G.. Box 613. Prestonsburg, 41653, 874-9797, 452- 

4459 
Hall, William W., 342 Fourth St., Paintsville, 41240, 789-8440, 789- 

8211 
Hamilton, Paul K., Route 3, Box 436, Pikeville, 41501, 432-8255 
Hamm, Ritchie, 1354 Oliver, Bowling Green, 42101, 781-8070 
Hammock, Don L., 8501 Wooded Glen Ct.. Louisville, 40220, 491- 

1744, 454-4847 
Hammons, George, Box 283, Barbourville, 40906, 546-6449, 546- 

5859 
Hammons, Norman, Route 4, Hopkinsville, 42240, 886-7066 
Hammons, Wendell, Rt. 1, Box 217, Flat Lick, 40935, 542-4871, 

542-4000 
Handlon, Steve, Blanding III, Room 111, Lexington, 40506, 258- 

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Hardin, Phillip Michael. P.O. Box 490, Morehead, 40351, 784-8820, 

784-7536 
Hargis, Noel, Rt. 1 , Box 1 30A, Somerset, 42501 , 679-641 7, 679-1 1 36 
Harkleroad, Thomas S., Rt. 3, Berea, 40403, 986-3217, 624-2849 
Harlow, Douglas D., 144 Cardinal Hill, Bardstown, 40004, 348-9325, 

348-3212 
Harmon, Randall T., Rt. 1, Sharpsburg, 40374, 674-6437 
Harper, James A., 131 Holmes Dr., Paducah, 42001, 898-3492 
Harper, Jewell, P.O. Box 582, LaCenter, 42056, 665-5254 
Harper, Robie Jr., Box 51, Beechmont, 42323, 476-8084, 476-8775 
Harrison, Danny R., #7, Vanceburg, 41179, 796-2462 
Hart, Peggy J., 417 McKenna Ct., Lexington, 40505, 293-1596 
Hatfield, Daniel E., 2825 Lexington Rd., Box 977, Louisville, 40206 

897-9393 
Hatfield, Robert M, 91 02 Split Rail Dr., Louisville, 40272, 935-1 857, 

366-5674 
Hause, Martin B., Box 251, Brooksville, 41004, 735-2988, 735-3553 
Hawkins, Donald H., Rt. #2, Vine Grove, 40175, 828-3631, 828-2125 
Hawkins, Stewart D., Box 122, Chaplin, 40012, 673-3436, 288-7734 
Hayes, David, Rt. 1, Box 369, Campbellsville, 42718, 789-1634, 

465-8661 
Hayes, James V., 1926 Goldsmith Lane, #106, Louisville, 40218, 

451-0231, 452-3927 
Head, Jack B. Jr., 10012 Caven Ave., Louisville, 40229, 966-8384, 

893-0291 
Heckel, Charles, A., 1047 Franelm Rd., Louisville, 40214, 368-3842. 

566-4382 
Heckel, Richard D.. 1047 Franelm Rd.. Louisville. 40214. 368-3842 
Hedges. Dennis A.. 103 Apollo Court. Georgetown, 40324. 863- 

1815. 232-3217 
Hegarty, Thomas O., Orphanage Rd., Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 341-6010, 

331-2040 
Heilman, Glenn, 300 E. 3rd., Newport, 41071, 581-0575, 651-3800 
Henderson, Michael Ray, 4097 Forsythe Dr., Lexington, 40503, 

278-7634, 255-0835 
Henderson, Roger A., 1613 Herr Ln., Louisville, 40222, 426-4684, 

776-9310 
Hendren, James W., Rt. #1, 40040, 375-4498 
Henry, Dennis W., 3822 Northwestern Pkwy., Louisville, 40212, 

774-3639 
Hensley, Hodaviah, Box 109, Warfield, 41267, 395-6135 
Henson, Don R., Rt. 1, Smithland. 42081, 928-2047, 988-3263 
Herron, Charles E., 6400 New Cut Rd., Fairdale, 40118, 368-8244, 

367-1732 
Hickey, Thomas Lee, 104 Ashland Rd., Louisville 40207, 897-3598, 

637-2501 
Hickey, Thomas R., 3067 Treetop Way, Edgewood, 41017, 341- 

8160, 581-7700 
Hicks, Floyd, E., 43 New Uri, Florence, 41042, 371-6279, 772-1400 
Hicks, Michael L., 213 South Point Dr., Lexington, 40503, 273-2621 
Hicks, Michael Scott, 662 Rogers Rd,, Lexington, 40505, 299-5652 
Hicks, S. Gene, 2100 South Highway 53, LaGrange, 40031, 222- 

1829, 222-0151 
Higdon, J. Samuel, Route #2, Fancy Farm, 42039, 623-8303, 347- 

6730, X-233 
Higgins, David, 218 Bishop St., Corbin, 40701, 528-21 19 
Hill, James P., 2338 Carter Rd. #6, Owensboro, 42301, 926-1376, 

684-0448 
Hills, Marshall L., Box 57A, Morning View, 41063, 356-5733, 356- 

3191 
Hilton, Billy, 110 Ball Ave., Springfield, 40069, 336-7594, 336-3403 
Hitt, Billy D., Rt. 5, Box 19, Maysville 41056, 759-7707, 564-3461 
Hoard, David D., Rt. 3, Box 366A, Dawson Springs, 42408, 797- 

8973, 797-2909 
Hobbs, C. V. Jr., Box 212, Clearfield, 40313, 784-8386, 324-9439 
Holbrook, Earletta Jann, White Oak, 41474, 743-4135 
Holt, Terrell, W., 1821 Dalna Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299-5812, 

254-8031 
Holtzclaw, James R., R.R. Stanford, 40484, 346-2492 
Hopkins, Douglas Mark, Box 1062, Harlan, 40831, 573-3796, 573- 

2730 
Hopson, James E., Rt. 1, Box 918M, Pikeville, 41501, 631-1933, 

432-1461 
Home, Jordan E., Jr., 2625 Perkins Lane, Cincinnati, 45208, 321- 

8061, 543-7220 
Houchens, Joe Danny, Rt. #9, Box 155, Glasgow, 42141, 678-2317, 

651-8341 
Houk. Jackie L., Rt. 1, Glendale, 42740. 737-8487 
Howard, Dwight W., 2707 Donerail Dr., Owensboro, 42301, 685- 

1987, 684-4287 



Howard, James D., Box 197, Loyall, 40855, 573-4752, 573-4520, 

X-251 
Hubbard, Millard Oscar, Box 81, Manchester, 40962, 598-6042, 

598-3740 
Hughes, Brenda L., 500 Ohio #4, Lexington, 40508, 255-9040, 

252-1955 
Hughes, Rufus L., Box 282, Whitley City 42653, 376-2979, 376-9788 
Hummel, Thomas J., 7850 Campus Ln., Cincinnati, 45242,791- 

9184, 635-4161 
Hunt, William, 266 So. Highland, Winchester, 40391, 744-9215, 

744-6000 
Hupp, Ronnie G., Box 176, Rt. 2, Hustonville, 40437, 346-3031 
Hyatt, Robert L , Jr., Linden Dr., Box 61, Lawrenceburg, 40342, 

839-4436, 839-7631 
Hyland, Frank Dixon, 313 Webster St., South Webster, 45682, 

778-3325, 778-2974 
Idol, Billy Joe Sr., 124 Leafwood Rd., Middlesboro, 40965, 248- 

2837, 248-1371 
Isham, Buford, Rt. #3, Lawrenceburg, 40342, 839-3811, 452-4422 
Jackson, Dennis, 1345 N. 10th, Paducah, 42001, 442-0867, 443- 

5177 
Jackson, Robert H., P.O. Box 76, Hitchins, 41146, 474-9477, 474- 

9105 
Jackson, Stephen A., Rt. 1, Glencoe, 41046, 643-5653, 567-5761 
Jeffers, Stephen E., Star Rt. 2, Box 162, Gray, 40734, 528-0729, 

546-5101 
Jenkins, Burney R., Rt. 1, Apt. 37, Scotland, Georgetown, 40324, 

863-3612. 863-3805 
Jenkins, Phillip M , Box 470, Martin, 41649, 285-9373 
Johnson, Frank J., P.O. Box 251, Guthrie, 42234, 485-2344 
Johnson, Gayle W., 6703 Shelburn Dr., Crestwood, 40014, 241- 

1357, 222-9460 
Johnson, James M., 297 Leawood Dr., Frankfort, 40601, 223-2822, 

875-1535 
Johnson, Jerry Lee, 123 Ponderosa Trailer Pk., Georgetown, 

40324, 863-2045, 232-3430 
Johnson, Kenneth Ray, 1824A Chatsworth Dr., Lexington, 40505, 

293-2131, 233-4511, X-111 
Johnson, Michael, 114 Allisoion Ave., Barbourville, 40906. 546- 

4274 
Johnson, O. J., 921 Winifred St., Greenup, 41144, 473-4091, 325- 

7631 
Johnson, W, Lynn, 127 Center St.. Morehead. 40351. 784-8525, 

845-2551 
Johnson, Walter, Box 145i Hitchins, 41146, 474-5908, 474-5721 
Jones, Douglas, Rt. 2. Eubank. 42567. 423-2556. 423-3829 
Jones, Frank, Rt. 5, Box 132, Manchester, 40962, 598-3952, 598- 

5127 
Jones, Ken L., Rt. 3, Kennedy Rd., Greenville, 42345, 338-5711, 

338-4592 
Jones, Robert E., 1701 Ridgewood, Murray 42071, 753-7504, 924- 

5602 
Jones, Thomas S., 3411 Hawthorne Dr., Owensboro, 42301, 685- 

5379, 926-1020 
Kazunas, Gerald L,, 2025 Lauderdale Rd., Louisville, 40205, 454- 

5462, 426-2000, X-277 
Keatley, James H., Box 110, Rt. 2, Delbarton, W. Va., 25670, 426- 

6173, 426-6555 
Keeling, Reuben, 175 Augusta Ave,, Paducah, 42001, 554-4013 
Kellam, Steven Louis, Rt 3, Dry Ridge, 41035, 428-3398 
Kelly, Dolph, Box 31, Dorton. 41520, 639-9666 
Kemper, Nancy B., 345 Melbourne Way, Lexington, 40502, 278- 

4320 
Kerfoot, James Brad, Rt. 1, Cecilia, 42724, 862-3871 
Kerr, Richard L., Route 1, Box 25, Glendale, 42740, 854-5036, 

769-5537 
Kersey, Wm Andy, 416 Williams St., Corbin, 40701, 528-7122, 

528-2500 
Kessinger, Michael W., P.O. Box 89, Inez, 41224, 298-3029, 298- 

3591 
Kindred, Michael L., Box 428, Winchester, 40391, 744-3919 
King, Chester R., 633 South 41st St., Louisville, 40211, 776-4287, 

776-0449 
King, Curtis R., 2230 St. Mark Ct., Owensboro, 42301, 683-7772, 

684-4533 
Kirk, WalterC, Rt. 2, Box 641, Ashland, 41101, 928-9402, 324-1882 
Kirkland, John Drew, P.O. Box 784, Owensboro, 42301, 926-2488, 

684-1404 
Kistner, Gary L., 6405 Bireh Line Blvd., Louisville, 40291 , 239-8642 



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Kistner, Gary Wayne, Rt. 2. Box 285, Ashland, 41101, 428-8937, 

622-2821 
Klausing, Donald J , 1900 Dorothy, Louisville, 40205, 451-4296, 

288-6611, X-26 
Koufetos, Louis S., 2702 Pioneer Rd., Louisville, 40216, 448-9627, 

937-5972 
Kuephel, Joseph C, 463 Whiltshire Dr., Apt. 24, Madisonville. 

42431, 825-1046 
Knauer, Glen M., 112 S. Sunset Circle, Hopkinsville, 42240, 886- 

5510, 886-8116 
Kolpek, David Roger, 309 Mariemont Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299- 

5814 
Koper, James K., Route 3, Morgantown, 42261, 526-5542 
Kouns, Robert H., Box 582, South Shore, 41175, 932-4540, 473- 

9812 
Kremer, Michael A., 932 Walnut, Dayton, 41074, 261-0755, 397- 

2927 
Kristof, David, 5598 Clearidge Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio 45239, 

385-2930 
Lacer, Albert Ray, Box 109, Spottsvile, 42458, 827-5068, 827-1348 
Lamar, Huston O., Box 116, Cloverport, 40111, 788-3913 
Lamastus, Randall, Route 1, Rockfield, 42274. 842-1302, 782-1555 

X-470 
Larimore, Steve, 890 Fairview G-106, Bowling Green, 42101, 781- 

6076, 745-2153 
Larue, W. D., Jr., Box 63, Salem, 42078. 988-3138, 388-7562 
Lashley, Daniel, 917 Montavesta Cir., Lexington, 40502, 266-3869 
Lasky, Barbara A., 8010 Mary Sue Dr , Louisville, 40291. 239-6613 
Laster, David W., Rt. 1, Lot 7B, Rockfield, 42274, 781-8419, 542- 

4175 
Latham, Billy D., Rt 3, Box 255. Clinton, 42031, 653-4190, 653-5521 
Lawson. Rondell, Garrett, 41630, 358-3531. 447-2043 
Lawson. Sonny. PC. Box 34. Artemus. 40403. 546-5319. 546-3149 
Layne, Bert, Box 96, Eastern, 41622, 358-3111, 886-2252 
Ledford, Thomas B , 2702 Wren Rd,, Ft. Campbell, 42223. 431-4482 
Lee. Charles J.. P O. Box 57, Williamsburg. 40769, 549-3766, 528- 

5851 
Lee, David, 7810 Dartmoor Dr , Louisville, 40222. 425-3863. 425- 

5076 
Lee, William A., Box 116, Wallins Creek, 40873, 664-2127, 573-5027 
Leep, John B., Jr., 123 Comanche Tr.. Carrollton, 41008, 732-5230, 

732-5413 
Lehkamp, Ken, 106 Ohio Ave,, Ft. Thomas, 41075, 441-1475, 781- 

3333 
Lenox, Robert Michael, Rt. 5, Cynthiana, 41031, 234-5760, 234- 

1678 
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2208 
Lewis, Milton H, 6 Lake St., Ft Wright, 4101 1, 331-1650, 261-4010 
Lewis, Stephen G., 100 New Hampshire Dr , Ashland, 41101, 324- 

7903, 329-4565 
Liedtke, Joseph S., 3100 Elder Park, LaGrange, 40031, 241-1444, 

636-1848 
Liggett, Ernest J., 46 Home St., Newport, 41071, 491-8061, 221- 

1234 
Loeser, Alan J., 3824 Chatham Rd., Louisville, 40218, 451-9084, 

587-5726 
Long, C. Michael, R.R. 3, Stanton, 40380, 663-2783 
Long, James E., Box 73, Baskett, 42402, 827-5000, 827-1867 
Long, Robert F., 664 Lombardy Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299-7226, 

253-2421 
Long, Scottie J., Route 5, Box 232, Henderson, 42420, 826-5419 
Looney, James Ora, General Delivery, Ashcamp, 41512. 754-9300, 

754-4866 
Loperfido, Richard O., 207 5th St., Greenup 41144, 473-3761, 325- 

9702 
Louden, Forrest W., Box 224, Bedford, 40006, 255-3538 
Lusby, George, 615 Pueblo Trail, Georgetown, 40324, 863-1440, 

863-3805 
Luttrell, Daisy Mae, Rt. 1, Box 326, Dunnville, 42528, 787-7458, 

986-9341, X-580 
Lyons, David, Box 280, Hardinsburg, 40143, 756-5177, 756-2164 
McAlister, Caswell, 210A Price Rd., Lexington, 40505, 254-2173, 

255-3612, X-247 
McAnally, Tom, 4111 Glen Hill, Louisville. 40272. 937-5368, 447- 

.3442 
McCann, Norma A., 1945 Grampian Hills Dr., Madisonville, 42431 , 

825-0506 



McCann, Patrick, 1945 Grampian Hills Dr., Madisonville, 42431, 

825-0506, 821-3074 
McCarley, John W., 302 W. Brown, Glasgow, 42141 , 651-6865, 651- 

2256 
McCarthy, Steve M., 170 Poplar Ridge Rd., Alexandria, 41001,635- 

9038. 581-4422 
McClure, Jerry T., 1857 Courtland, Lexington, 40505, 299-5465, 

293-1812 
McCowan, Connell, Rt, 1, Box 253, Corbin, 40701, 528-4932 
McCowan. Juss, R.R. 1, Box 2A, Tyner, 40486, 364-5956 
McDowell, Benny D., 853 Collins Rd., Villa Hills, 41017, 341-0949, 

341-4406 
EcEuen, Robert A., Box 128, Corydon, 42406, 533-6139, 827- 

3545, X-221 
McGavic, Ronald L., 2500 Martin Ave., Louisville, 40216, 447-2170, 

367-3490 
McGinnis, Linda, Box 104, Wartield, 41217, 395-5239 
McGinty, L. V , Jr., 3927 Primrose PI., Paducah, 42001, 442-8080, 

442-8050 
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9165, 232-3903 
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0346, 778-2773 
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9151, 778-5591 
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2190, 666-8894 
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7081, 324-5200. X-5672 
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325-1414 
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1628, 932-3131 
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241-0320 
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273-3791, 233-2535 
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McPherson, Lanny P., Route 2, Auburn, 42206, 542-6884, 726-7681 
McPike, Ray S. Jr., 407 Theatre BIdg., Louisville, 40202, 451-3832, 

585-2832 
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Maddox, Robert V., Box 6, Glencoe, 41046, 643-3941, 283-3192 
Madison, James H., 429 Linden Ln., Nicholasville, 40356, 887-1047, 

885-4144 
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Marcum, H. Allen, 317 College St., Barbourville, 40906, 546-4497 
Marquart, Jerome M., 1041 National Trn. Pk, Fairdale, 40118, 368- 

2269, 245-4153 
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893-2782. 458-2623 
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Martin, Terry, 903 4th St., Corbin, 40701, 528-3463, 528-3140, X-40 
Maxey, Richard E., P.O. Box 87, West Somerset, 42564, 678-4888, 

679-4401 
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Mayer, John P., Rt. 2, Box 225, Frenchburg, 40322, 768-3504, 768- 

2373 
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Maynard, Richard, Rt. 6, Box 563W, Pikeville, 41501, 43/-7590, 

432-3380 
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May, William, Box 15, Friendship, 45630, 858-5210, 932-3131 
Meacham, Greg, Rt. 4, Edgewood Dr., Russellville, 42276, 726- 

3727, 726-9824 
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842-4141, 745-3347 
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Meffert, Karen A., 6600 Outer Loop #21, 968-9502, 582-4356 
Mendenhall, Paul L,, 3366 Cove Lake Dr., Lexington, 40502, 269- 

6065 
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8254, 669-4161 
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737-3562 
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(Left to Right) Front Row: J. Sprague, K. Fausz, D. Kelly, D. Grau, G. Guthier, J. Crawford, 
D. Walz, J. Hurtt, A. Schreiber, Second Row: K. Farreli, J. Clark, E. Rauh, M. Sutkamp, R. Cfiuke, 
J. Sutkamp, R. Dezarn, R. Robinson, B. Pelgen, Third Row: V. Leopold, J. Grome, T. Pappas. 
J. Veatch, M. Mercer, C. Eaton, C. Sutkamp, R. Winter, A. Verkamp, Fourth Row: R. Harris, B. 
Schwierjohann, D. Sandfoss, L. Bernitt, R. Reckers, J. Quillin, D. Hein, P. Thorman, T. Kern, 
M. Harper. 



Bellevue 23 Dayton 6 

Bellevue 49 Scott 6 

Bellevue 33 Covington Catholic 7 

Bellevue 21 Paris 

Bellevue 7 Richmond Madison 29 



Bellevue 20 Campbell County 26 

Bellevue 26 Newport 13 

Bellevue 14 Beechvi/ood 7 

Bellevue 30 Ludlovi/ 

Bellevue 30 Dayton 6 

Bellevue 35 Nicholas County 26 



PLAYOFFS 

Bellevue 33 Raceland 

Bellevue 7 Paintsville 

Bellevue 7 Madison 

Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

m DECEMBER 1979 Hi 



CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champions 




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Joseph Buechler, St. Xavier High School, in- 
dividual winner, Class AAA, Boys' Cross Country. 



Camille Forrester, Central High School, indi- 
vidual winner. Class AAA, Girls' Cross Country. 



CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 
1979 CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Valerie Dobiesz, Lori Wagemaker, Camille Forrester, Lisa Davis. Second Row: Coach Jerome 
Henderson, Jenny Martin, Vicky Rodgers, Mary Davis. 



ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL 
1979 CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY BOYS' STATE CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: Joseph Buechler, Frank Ford, Matt Perrone, Second Row: Greg Kosse, Jerry Simms, Pat 
Sturgeon, John Aevorin, Gene Unclebach, Third Row: Alan Graves, Ed Willenbrink, David Kinny, James Reader, Ben 
Graves, Coach Frank Cooper. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky HIgti School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLII — No. 5 



DECEMBER, 1979 



$1.00 Per Year 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 



Delegate Assembly Members 

Members of the Delegate Assembly at the forthcom- 
ing 1980 annual meetmg of the Association were elected 
by the Board appointed state representatives of the 
K.H.S A.A. There were several lies in the voting for dele- 
gate and alternate. These ties were broken recently, with 
the delegates and alternates determined by lot. Article IV. 
Section 2-c, of the Constitution states In the last sentence 
"If the duly elected delegate or alternate does not answer 
the roll call at the annual meeting of the Delegate As- 
sembly, the district shall remain not represented." The 
names of the district representatives are as follows: 

Delegates 

(1) Richard Wilkerson. (2) Tom Buchanan, (3) Jimmy 
Wiggins, (4) Jerry Ainley, (5) August J. Pisa, (6) Ronald 
Johnson, (7) Philip D, Back, (8) Wilton Gant, (9) Rev. 
Gerald Calhoun, (10) James L, Stewart, (11) Wayland D 
Johnston. (12) tvlike Geary, (13) Howard Gorrell, (14) Joe 
H. Watkins, (15) Johnny Vincent, (16) Jerome Taylor, (17) 
Dane Hicks, (18) Robert S. Pickett. (19) Sister Margaret 
Willis. (20) Edward L. Cox, (21) Joseph McPherson, (22) 
Sister Paula Kleine-Kracht, (23) Harry O. Tibbs, (24) 
James R. Watkins, (25) Jay Levine, (26) John Gernert, (27) 
Luther E. McDowell, Jr., (28) George E. Morrison, (29) Ray 
Foster, (30) Sam W, Chandler, (31) J. T, Peniston, (32) 
Steve Deskins, (33) Don Afterkirk, (34) John Alford, (35) 
James Lykins, (36) Bob Miller, (37) Bill Case. (38) Larry 
Kelsch, (39) John H. Branson, (40) Ewell Smoot, Jr.. (41) 
Robert W. Hoagland, (42) Delmer Warren, (43) Thurman 
Reynolds, (44) Tony Cox, (45) Don M. Turner, (46) Robert 
Garner, (47) Allan Osborne, (48) Jim Andy Sears. (49) 
Larry Gritton, (50) Charles D. Black, (51) James A, 
Pursifull, (52) Bob Sweeten, (53) D. C. Taylor, (54) Omus 
Shepherd, (55) R. B. Singleton, (56) Heber Dunaway. (57) 
A. J, Haney, (58) Denzil Halbert, (59) Thomas M. Swartz. 
(60) James V, Powell, (61) Marvin Moore, (62) Don 
Gaunce, (63) Bob Morrison, (64) Eugene "Jeep" Clark. 

Alternates 

(1) Ray Wilson, (2) Jerry B. McGregor, (3) Ralph 
Colby, (4) Bobby G. Miller, (5) Charles T. Elder, (6) 
Robert L Rogers, (7) Doug Phelps, (8) Bill R. Perry. (9) 
Bill VanWinkle, (10) Allen Miller, (11) Bob Cox, (12) Jake 
Russell, (13) Wayne Mullen (14) Larry Lee, (15) Stan 
Alexander, (16) Larry McDonald, (17) Vernon K. Wilson, 
(18) Carl Deaton, (19) T. G. Florence, (20) Harry Loy, (21) 
William Griffith, (22) Jerry Wilkerson, (23) Walter J. 
Pickett, (24) Mike McDaniel (25) Robert Green, (26) Walt 
Johnson, (27) James B. Smith, (28) Arthur K. Draut. (29) 
James F. Huggins, (30) David Baird, (31) William Cord, 
(32) Carl W. Webster, (33) James Johnson, (34) Jack 
Kaelin, (35) William Dosch, (36) Timothy Barrow, (37) 
Homer H. Coins, (38) Larry Allison, (39) Elza Whalen, Jr., 
(40) George Kirk, (41) Donald Hines, (42) Zeb Blanken- 
ship, (43) Don Harville, (44) Jim Fleenor, (45) Jim 
Trachsel, (46) Bob Payne, (47) Sherman York, (48) C. L, 
Simpson, (49) Bobby Keith, (50) Sam Lawson, (51) 
William E. Adams, (52) Jane Long, (53) Danny Bates, (54) 
Douglas Campbell, (55) Billy Ray Triplett, (56) Gary Pack, 
(57) John Williams, (58) John Shepherd, (59) Richard 
Goodman, (60) Frank T. Welch, (61) Warren Cooper, (62) 
Harlan R. Fleming, (63) Dolores Redwine, (64) James 
Hutchinson. 



Swimming — Regional Sites 
February 8-9, 1980 

Northern Kentucky — Site: Scott High School, Man- 
ager Andrew Christofield and Dave Webb 

Central Kentucky — Site: Richmond Model High 
School, Manager Tim Cahill 

Western Kentucky — Site: Bowling Green High 
School. Manager John Storb 

Louisville — Site: Undetermined, Manager Jack 
Thompson 

State Meet — Eastern Kentucky University, Rich- 
mond, Kentucky, February 22-23, 1980, Manager — Don 
Combs and Tim Cahill 

Girls' Gymnastics — Regional Sites 
February 8-9, 1980 

Louisville — Site Moore High School, Manager 
Gene Carroll 

Central Kentucky — Site, Tates Creek High School. 
Manager Barry Jordan 

Girls and Boys State Gymnastics Meets Site — 
Eastern Kentucky University. Date — February 16. 1980 



CLASS AAA RESULTS 
1979 Cross Country Meet 

The Class AAA Cross Country Meet was held at 
E. P. Sawyer Park, Louisville, on NovennberS, 1979, 
and managed by Bro. Borgia of St. Xavler High 
School. 

Team Scores in Class AAA Boys' were as 
follows: St. Xavier, 20; Trinity, 53; Central, 81; 
Jeffersontown, 109; Valley, 158; Male, 158; Pleasure 
Ridge Park, 164; Southern, 185. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class 
AAA finished is given below, including the times: 

BOYS — I.Joseph Buechler, St. Xavier (15:46); 
2. Jim Sapienza, Trinity (16:10); 3. Jerry Sims, St. 
Xavier (16:14); 4. Edward Willenbrink, St. Xavier 
(16:21); 5. Ron Stovall, Westport (16:32); 6. David 
Kinny, St. Xavier (16:33); 7. Carmichael Copeland, 
Central (16:35); 8. Gene Unclebach, St. Xavier 
(16:47); 9. William Kaelin, Trinity (16:55); 10. Hank 
Neumayer, Trinity (16:59). 

Team scores in Class AAA Girls' were as 
follows: Central, 35; Westport, 48; Butler, 79; Valley, 
108; Southern, 120; Western, 139; Sacret Heart, 156; 
Ballard, 208. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class 
AAA finished is given below, including the times: 

GIRLS — 1. Camille Forrester, Central (10:56); 
2. Beth Casper, Pleasure Ridge Park, (11:34); 3. 
Mindy Dunn, Westport (11:37); 4. Angle Jones, 
Westport (11:55); 5. Robin Rhodes, Butler (11:58);6. 
Valerie Dobiesz, Central (12;00); 7. Lisa Davis, 
Central (12:02); 8. Dennise McEnaney, Western 
(11:03); 9. Pam Leonard, Westport (11:06); 10. 
Shirley Hale, Southern (11:06). 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1979 



DECEMBER. 1979 Vol. XLII, No. 5 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522.' 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville 

Vice Pres. . Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Directors Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburq 

Pete Grigsby (1978-1980) McDowell: Robie Harper, Jr 
(1979-1983) Drakesboro; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980) 
Louisville; J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), LaGrange' 
Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington; D. J. Ramsey 
(1978-1982), Louisville, Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) 
Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 

From the Commissioner's Office 

KHSAA Football Films Available 

Films of tfie final games of the 1979 Classes A, 
AA, AAA and AAAA Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Football Playoffs are now available by 
getting in touch with Mrs. Monroe, Film Library, 
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 40506, 
Phone number 258-2828. A small fee is charged to 
take care of the postage. 

The films were taken for the benefit of coaches, 
officials, players and fans and to promote emphasis 
on high school football. 

FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky's College of Education. The code 
letters "e, j, s, c, a" refer to elementary, junior high, senior 
high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy the 
particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not apply 
to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 

Basketball 

BASKETBALL BY RUPP, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $3.00 

Animated play diagrams, slovi/ motion photography, 
and action shot are combined in this new film prepared 
under the personal direction of Mr. Rupp, especially for 
coaching use. Among the drills and plays covered in this 
film are; pivot man's slide into the basket; Play No. 6, the 
famous Kentucky basket maker; legal screening; pene- 
tration zone defense; and the Kentucky fast break. 
BASKETBALL BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (30 min.) 
color, $1.00 

Penetrates beneath the surface of the game to provide 
a thorough examination of the playing rules and officiating 
procedures. It will aid the fans as well as officials, coaches 
and players to better understand those difficult judgment 
decisions that occur constanly. (KHSAA) 
BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS — INDIVIDUAL TECH- 
NIQUES, j-s-c-a, 1% reels, $2.50 
Branch McCracken, Indiana University basketball 
coach, used his team to demonstrate the fundamentals of 
basketball. Slow motion photography is used to break the 



various court techniques down into easily grasped 

essentials. 

BASKETBALL KENTUCKY STYLE, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $3.00 

(in state), $5.00 (out of state) 

This is the revised edition of the film "basketball by 
Rupp," prepared under the personal direction of Mr. Rupp 
especially for coaching use. 
BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES FOR GIRLS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, 

$2.00 

Basic movement skills (running, starting, stopping, 
turning) passing (finger control, movement with the pass, 
leading the receiver, choice of the right pass), catching 
(side pass, high pass), shooting (finger control, arm 
extension, wrist flip, choice of the right shot), dribbling, 
faking, and pivoting are demonstrated and explained in 
this film. 
BASKETBALL TODAY, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (33 min.), color, 

$1.00 

This film differentiates between goal tending and 
basket interference. Why can't there be goal tending 
during a free throw? It takes all other questionable 
situations and simplifies them for the fans, players, 
coaches and officials in this new film. 
CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL — TEAM TECHNIQUES, 

j-s, 1 reel, $2.00 

Man-to-Man defense is shown, with the means best 
used under varying conditions. 
DEFENSIVE FOOTWORK IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 

reel, $2.00 

Striding with an opponent, checking, maneuvering 
him out of position and other basic skills are illustrated, 
using special photography to demonstrate points. 
Rebounding, pivoting and correlated arm action are 
taught also. 
LOUISVILLE MALE VS ANDERSON COUNTY (1971 

Basketball Finals), e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, (33 min.). Color, 

Silent, $1.00 

The Male Bulldogs displayed their superiority in 
wearing down a smaller but talented Anderson County to 
win the championship for the second consecutive year, 83- 
66. (KHSAA) 
RUPP'S PARADE TO THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 

of 1958, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $4.50 

This film presents the highlights of all the games, both 
regular season and tournament games, which led up to the 
U of K's Wildcats winning the NCAA basketball crown. 
SHOOTING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Concentrating on the set shots, this film pictures the 
action of the throw, stance, aim, trajectory, and fingertip 
control. Special attention is given total body coordination, 
especially inward rotation of the hand and arm making the 
throw. 
WINNING WAYS, 16mm (28 min.), color (or black and 

white) 

The film is designed to provide the viewer with abetter 
understanding of the rules and a finer appreciation of 
basketball as played at the interscholastic and intercol- 
legiate levels. Through the use of slow motion 
photography, stop action and instant replay, colorful and 
informative play situations are demonstrated by both boys' 
and girls' teams to illustrate the guidelines used by officials 
in making those tough judgment decisions that constantly 
occur in basketball. 

Wrestling 

JIU JITSU, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (13 min.), $1.00 

Demonstrates the effective, dangerous Jiu Jitsu 
defense against knife, gun, club and mugging attacks. 
WRESTLING OFFICIATING ILLUSTRATED, j-s-c-a, 2 

reels, color, $1.00 

Interpretations given in Wrestling Officiating Illus- 
trated have been made by the National Federation 
members of the Joint Rules Committee. The film covers 

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Page Three 



1979 Kentucky High School Football Playoff Winners 

Finals — Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center 

Louisville, Kentucky 



REGION t 

District 1 — Russellville 21 



District 2 — Campbellsville 



CLASS A 

Russellville 6 



REGION II 

District 1 — Madison 19 



District 2 — Owen County 8 



Madison 13 



Madison 



REGION III 

District 1 — Bellevue 33 



District 2 — Raceland 



Bellevue 7 



REGION IV — District 2 
Sub-District 1 — Harlan 20 



Sub-District 2 — Williamsburg 16 
District 2 

Sub-District 1 — Elkhorn City 



Harlan 



Sub-District 2 — Paintsville 22 



Paintsville 16 



Paintsville 



Bellevue 7 



Bellevue 



State Champion 

Class A 
Nov, 23. 1979 



REGION 1 

District 1 — Fort Campbell 


6 


LAbb AA 

Ft. Campbell 21 


Ft. Campbell 26 




District 2 
Sub-District 1 -- Glasgow/ 21 


Glasgow 3 




Washington Co. 




Sub-District 2 — Green Co. 


14 




Pikeville 




REGION II 

District 1 — Washington Co. 




District 2 
Sub-District 1 — Fleming Co. 9 


Fleming Co. 


Ft. Campbell 


Corbin 


State Champion 


Sub-District 2 — Rowan Co 




CLASS AA 
Nov. 23, 1979 


REGION III 

District 1 — Russell County 5 
District 2 — Corbin 6 


Pikeville 16 




REGION IV 






District 1 — Hazard 14 






District 2 — Pikeville 18 







REGION 1 C 

District 1 — Union Co. 14 
District 2 — Franklin Simpson 16 


LASS AAA 

Franklin-Simpson12 


Franklin-Simpson33 








REGION II 

District 1 
Sub-District 1 — Meade Co. 38 


Meade Co. 12 


Belfry 




Sub-District 2 — LaRue Co. 36 




Montgomery Co. 8 




District 2 — Montgomery Co. 


28 






REGION III 

District 1 
Sub-District 1 - Conner 18 ui„^,,,„^. o. 




Franklin-Simpson 








Sub-District 2 — Highlands 22 




Highlands 8 


State Champion 


District 2 
Sub-District 1 — Lincoln Co. 14 


Lincoln Co. 






STATE AAA 
Nov. 23, 1979 






Sub-District 2 — Estill Co. 8 




Belfry 14 






REGION IV 

District 1 — Leslie Co. 






District 2 — Belfry 16 











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1979 Kentucky State High School Football Playoff Winners 
CLASS AAAA — JEFFERSON COUNTY 



District 1 (W) — Butler 


16 










6 


Butler 


14 






District 3 (R) — St. Xavier 




7 


Butler 7 






40 






District 3 (W) — Iroquois 








7 


Iroquois 


Butler 21 


District 1 (R) — Bishop David 










Jefferson County 

Champion 

Class AAAA 

Nov. 16, 1979 


District 2 (W) — Durrett 









24 


Ballard 







District 4 (R) — Ballard 




21 


Trinity 




28 




District 4 (W) — Trinity 









Trinity 


District 2 (R) — DeSales 

















CLASS AAAA — STATE 



REGION I 

District 1 — Bowling Green 



14 



District 2 — Owensboro 



34 



Owensboro 



28 



REGION II 

District 1 — Bullitt Central 



District 2 — Franklin Co. 



12 



Franklin Co. 



Owensboro 



REGION III 

District 1 — Henry Clay 



16 



Butler 



Fairgrounds 
Nov. 24, 1979 








Henry Clay 


20 






District 2 — Clark Co. 


Boyd County 





Henry Clay 






35 


14 


REGION IV 

District 1 — Boone County 








36 




District 2 — Boyd County 











Henry Clay 



State Champion 
Class AAAA 
Nov. 16, 1979 



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Page Five 



1979-80 K.H.S.A.A. MEMBERSHIP AND ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND 
REGIONS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 

REGION I 



School 

D. 1 Carlisle County 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Hickman County 
D. 2 Ballard Memorial 

Heath 

Lone Oak 

Paducah Tllghman 

Reidland 

St. Mary 
D. 3 Fancy Farm 

Farmmgton 

Lowes 

Mayfield 

Sedalla 

Symsonia 

Wingo 
D. 4 Calloway County 

Marshall County 

Murray 



Address 

Bardwell 42023 
Fulton 42041 
Hickman 42050 
Clinton 42031 
Barlow 42024 
West Paducah 42086 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Fancy Farm 42039 
Farmmgton 42040 
Lowes 42061 
Mayfield 42066 
Sedaiia 42079 
Symsonia 42082 
Wingo 42088 
Murray 42071 
Benton 42025 
Murray 42071 



D. 5 Caldwell County 

Crittenden County 

Livingston Central 

Lyon County 

Trigg County 
D. 6 Henderson County 

Providence 

Union County 

Webster County 
D. 7 Dawson Springs 

Madison North Hopkins 

South Hopkins 

West Hopkins 
D. 8 Christian County 

Fort Campbell 

Hopkinsville 

Todd County Central 

University Heights Acad. 



Princeton 42445 
Marion 42064 
Burna 42028 
Eddyville 42038 
Cadiz 42211 
Henderson 42420 
Providence 42450 
Morganfield 42437 
Dixon 42409 
Dawson Springs 42408 
Madisonville 42431 
Nortonville 42442 
Nebo 42441 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Ft. Campbell 42223 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Elkton 42220 
Hopkinsville 42240 



D. 9 Apollo 

Daviess County 

McLean County 

Mount St Joseph Acad 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Catholic 
D. 10 Bremen 

Central City 

Drakesboro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Hughes Kirk 

Muhlenberg Central 
D. 11 Breckinridge Co. 

Frederick Fraize 

Hancock County 

St Romuald 

Trinity 
D. 12 Butler County 
Fordsville 
Grayson County 
Ohio County 



Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Calhoun 42327 
Maple Mount 42356 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Bremen 42325 
Central City 42330 
Drakesboro 42337 
Graham 42344 
Greenville 42345 
Beechmont 42323 
Powderly 42367 
Harned 40144 
Cloverport 40111 
Lewisport 42351 
Hardinsburg 40143 

Whitesville 42378 
Morgantown 42261 
Fordsville 42443 
Leitchfield 42754 
Hartford 42347 



Principal 

Burley R. Mathis 
Barkley Jones 
Richard Wilkerson 
Ray C Wilson Jr 
Jerry B. McGregor 
Don Werner 
Tom H Stephenson 
Dr. James Jackson 
Allen Franklin 
Sr. Mary Lee Knopf 
Donald M Jones 
C W Jones 
Donald E Spicer 
Ralph Colby 
Jimmy Wiggins 
Boyd Whitt 
James A Baker 
Jerry Ainley 
Bobby G Miller 
Roy Weatherly 

REGION II 

Charles T Elder 
A Y. Hodge Jr 
Kenneth T. Hardin 
Buddy L Nichols 
August J Pisa 
Howard R Crittenden 
Ronald Johnson 
Richard Vincent 
Robert L. Rogers 
Philip D. Back 
Floyd Brown 
William H. Dunning 
Gary Morgan 
Barney Thweatt 
Bill R Perry 
Harold Wood 
Andrew Renick 
Robert C Baker 

REGION III 



Frank A. List John Whitmer 

W. P. Wheeler Mike West 

Charles R Summers Ricky Johnson 
Sr. Mary Angela Mathews 



Boys' 
Coach 

Craynor Slone 

Donald Call 

Stan Watts 

Dale Ray 

B. B Kendrick 

John Waggoner 

Steve Speed 

Berny Miller 

Dennis Gourley 

Larry Hopper 

Joe Mikez 

Louis R. Sims 

James E. Long 

Roger Fields 

Ken Wray 

Robert Slone 

L. Wayne Wadlington 

Charles Nute 

Bobby Toon 

Gary Miller 



Harry Byrd 
Larry Lock 
Don Ringstaff 
Curtis Turley 
Ray Maggard 
Bob Mulcahy 
Jim Crouse 
Tris Kington 
John D. Wilson 
Doug Phelps 
Don Parson 
Lonnie Burgett 
Jim Beshears 
Lyie Dunbar 
Mike Warner 
Charles Hayslip 
Fred Harper 
David Vaughn 



Bill Vanwinkle 
Rev Gerald Calhoun 
Ken Arbuckle 
Jim Wilcox 
James L Stewart 
Carl R. Sparks 
J. R Whitehead 
Charles Eades 
Perry F Hill 
Bob Cox 

Wayland D. Johnston 
Herbert S. Young 
Sr Michael Mane 

Friedman 
Joseph Delehunt 
Darren C. Hampton 
Bryce Roberts 
John Taylor 
Ray C Johnson 



Bob Watson 
Gary Russo 
Bryan Whitaker 
Bill Loney 
Robie Harper 
Taylor Sparks 
S Knight 
Randy Ursrey 
Dale Todd 
Dean Hobbs 
Ed Belcher 
Wayne Chapman 
Roger Owen 

Mike Baker 
Howard Vaughn 
Pat Jenkins 
Cecil Goff 
Don Williams 



Girls' 
Coach 

David Hoskins 
Cecil Wolberton 
Richard Henson 
Gerald Vaughn 
John Turner 
Bobby Ray Noles 
Cliff Owen 
David Roof 
Mary M. Luker 
Richard Durbin 
Phillip Forester 
Lanetta Taylor 
James Turner 
Lanny Lancaster 
Billy Kinsey 
Gary Cunningham 
Bridges Holland 
David Elliott 
Donna Perry 
Rick Fisher 



William Fralick 
Tony Robinson 
Richard White 
Carol Robertson 
Jim Wallace 
Al J. Feix 
Wayne Morns 
Bob Brantley 
Phil Gibson 
Carroll Wadlington 
Teresa Ashby 
Shirley Beshears 
Douglas Harris 
Lynn Colley 
Kenneth Killebrew 
John Pyle 
Jerri Long 
Joe Stephens 



Willis McClure 
Jim Duke 
Mark Rutledge 
Martha Luckett 
Grant Talbott 
Jack Lee 
Barry Barnes 
Tony Hopper 
Robie Harper 
Stanley Fleming 
Joanna Fox 
Terry Shutt 
Sam Sparks 
Denny LaGrange 
Damon Akridge 
David Cowden 
Neil Maddock 

Donnie Edge 
Janie Ross 
Darlene Ashby 
Mike Geary 
Janet Magan 



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D. 13 Adairville 

Auburn 

Chandlers Chapel 

Lewisburg 

Olmstead 

Russellville 
D. 14 Bowling Green 

Franklin-Simpson 

Potter 

Warren Central 

Warren East 
D. 15 Allen County 

Barren County 

Edmonson County 

Glasgow 
D. 16 Clinton County 

Cumberland County 

Gamaliel 

Metcalfe County 

Tompkmsville 



D. 17 East Hardin 

Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 

D. 18 Caverna 

Green County 
Hart County 
LaRue County 

D. 19 Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Nelson County 
Washington County 

D. 20 Adair County 
Campbellsville 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



D. 21 Central 

Evangel 

Portland Christian 

Presentation Academy 

Shawnee 
D. 22 Angela Merici 

Bishop David 

Butler 

Pleasure Ridge Pk 

Western 

Ninth & O Christian 
D. 23 Beth Haven Christian 

Doss 

Fairdale 

Jesse Stuart 

Valley 
D. 24 DeSales 

Holy Rosary Acad. 

Iroquois 

Southern 

Thomas Jefferson 



D. 25 Ahrens 
Brown 

duPont Manual 
Ky. School f/t Blind 
Louisville Collegiate 
Male Traditional 
Mercy Academy 
St. Xavier 



Adairville 42202 
Auburn 42206 
Auburn 42206 
Lewisburg 42256 
Olmstead 42265 
Russellville 42276 
Bowling Green 42101 
Franklin 42134 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
Scottsville 42164 
Glasgow 41241 
Brownsville 42210 
Glasgow 42141 
Albany 42602 
Burkesville 42717 
Gamaliel 42140 
Edmonton 42129 
Tompkmsville 42167 



Glendale 42740 
Elizabethtown 42701 
Ft. Knox 40120 
Brandenburg 40108 
Radchff 40160 
Stephensburg 42781 
Horse Cave 42749 
Greensburg 42743 
Munfordville 42765 
Hodgenville 42748 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Springfield 40069 
Columbia 42728 
Campbellsville 42718 
Lebanon 40033 
Campbellsville 42718 



Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40219 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 



REGBON IV 

Jesse L. Richards 
Hoard Gorrell 
Lorenza Davis 
D. Dooley 
Bob Nylin 
Wallace Mason 
Denval Barriger 
Kenneth R. Metcalf 
Barclay Riley 
David D. Crowe 
Joe H, Watkins 
Bennie Keen 
James C. Coomer 
Johnny Vincent 
Jerry L. Harris 
Ron Chumbley 
David R. Sharp 
James Graves 
Hershel Toms 
Randall Grider 

REGION V 

Bill Reynolds 
Charles M. Rawlings 
Robert B. Burrow 
Vernon K. Wilson 
Ray Story 
Dane Hicks 
Murrell Woosley 
Robert S Pickett 
Waymon Denison 
Cortland K. Cox 
Jude Talbott 
Sister Margaret Willis 
T. G. Florence 
Virgil Chambers 
Harry Loy 
David W. Fryrear 
Dr. William P. McCall 
Edward L Cox 

REGION VI 

Joseph McPherson 

C Thomas Luiskutty 

Ted Hardin 

Sr. Maureen Coughlin 

John R. Whiting 

Sr. Paula Kleine-Kracht 

Jerry Wilkinson 

H. L Hatfield 



Pleasure Ridge Pk. 40258Oliver S. Williams 



Shively 40216 
Louisville 40272 
Valley Station 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Fairdale 40118 
Valley Station 40272 
Valley Station 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40215 
Louisville 40219 
Louisville 40219 



Bill Davis 
Terry Flatt 
Gerald Sinclair 
Dave Billingsley 
Jack Pack 
Mickey Meguiar 
Bob Hoggard 
Frank Cardwell 
Rick Furr 
Don Burton 
Dallas Embry 
Gary Shelton 
Wendell Brown 
Bowman Davenport 
Bobby Cook 
Lindle Castle 
David Wells 
Billy Murphy 
Samual Reeves 
Russell Vanzant 



Ken Morris 
Roy Woolum 
William Warren 
David Jenkins 
Ron Bevars 
Pat Tully 
Kim Shaw 
Carl Deaton 
Charles Wuertzer 
Bobby Embry 
Wally Johnson 
Bruce Blair 
Randall Robertson 
Charles Simpson 
Glynn Nixon 
Jack Keeney 
Charles Hopkins 
Fred Waddle 



Robert Graves 
Ed Frank 
Eugene Schreiner 

Lloyd Harris 

Myron Huey 
Mike Durham 
Gary Schaffer 
James Schurfranz 
Alan Vance 



John D. Brown 

Rosemary S. Hatcher 

Rev. Earle E. Lee 

John S. Pittenger Leon Mudd 

John W. Turner Stanley Hardin 

Harry 0. Tibbs Gary Sundmaker 

Walter J. Pickett Glenn Collie 

Father Farrell Kane Lucian Racque 

Sr. Mary Louise Edwards 

Eugenia S. Lewis Charles Moore 

James R. Burch Richard Shadburne 

Stanley K. Whitaker Maurice Payne 



Louisville 40202 
Louisville 40202 
Louisville 40208 
Louisville 40206 
Louisville 40204 
Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40204 
Louisville 40217 



REGION VII 

Byron H. Bell 
Martha Ellison 
Joe Liedtke 
Richmond H. Marcy 
Nancy E. Kussrow 
R. Ted Boehm 
Sr. Margaret Gurren 
Dr John Wills 



Estil Grittis, Jr. 
Fred Holden 

Lonnie Willoughby 
Alan Donhoff 



Mike Haines 
Barry Reed 
R. Thompson 
Martha Nation 
Lugene Rogers 
Matt Tipton 
C. A. Meisel 
Teresa Condit 
Mary Ruth Furr 
Vanous Lloyd 
Fred Carter 
David Young 
Bobby Steenbergen 
Gerald Meredith 
Brenda Ross 
David McFarland 
Tommy Watson 
Louis Lee Carter 
Gary Richardson 
Lewis Carter 



Ken Rucker 
Bob Shearer 
Charles Jones 
Roger Cross 
Marlene Lamm 
Mike Williams 
Philip Gowdy 
Kay Rogers 
Terry Martin 
Roy Long 
Roland Williams 
J. W. Mattingly 
Peggy Horton 
Bill Newton 
Greg Bardin 
Kelly Baugh 
Beverly Roby 
Rollin McQueary 



Kyra Anglin 
Greg Carter 

Vivian Dunlevy 
Lonnie Johnson 
Ray Koch 

Peggy Fiehrer 
Corrine Mastey 
Charles Jones 
Rosemary Hatcher 
Bob Ogden 
Phil Ritz 

Betty Thornsberry 
Richard Emery 
Marsha McGarth 

Martha Todd 
Marshall Abstain 
William Brown 
Jamie Wadell 



Jim Cann 

Tena Leahy 

Robert Greene 
Sally Mackin 
Charles Just 



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Page Seven 



D. 26 Assumption 

Atherton 

Immanuel Lutheran 

Ky. Country Day 

Seneca 

Trinity 
D. 27 Durrett 

Fern Creek 

Jeffersontown 

Marion C Moore 

Walden 
D. 28 Baliard 

Eastern 

Sacred Heart Academy 

Waggener 

Westport Road 



D. 29 

D. 30 
D. 31 

D. 32 
D. 33 
D. 34 



D. 35 



D. 36 



D. 37 

D. 38 
D. 39 



Anderson County 
Bullitt Central 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 
Western Anderson 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 
Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 
Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40206 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40220 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40213 
Louisville 40291 
Jeffersontown 40299 
Louisville 40228 
Lyndon 40222 
Louisville 40222 
Middletown 40243 
Louisville 40206 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40222 



Lawrenceburg 40342 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Taylorsville 40071 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Eminence 40019 
New Castle 40050 
Shelbyville 40065 
Carrollton 41008 
Warsaw 41095 
Buckner 40010 
Bedford 40006 
Dry Ridge 41035 
Owenton 40359 
Georgetown 40324 
Williamstown 41097 



Boone County 

Conner 

Dixie Heights 

Lloyd Memorial 

St. Henry 

Simon Kenton 

Walton-Verona 

Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Holmes 

Holy Cross 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame Academy 

Villa Madonna Academy 

Bellevue 

Dayton 

Newport 

Newport Catholic 

Our Lady of Providence 

Academy 
Bishop Brossart 
Campbell County 
Highlands 
Sliver Grove 
Scott 



Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Ft Mitchell 41017 
Erianger 41018 
Erianger 41018 
Independence 41051 
Walton 41094 
Ft Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41014 
Covington 41015 
Ludlow 41016 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41016 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Newport 41071 
Newport 41071 

Newport 41071 
Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Ft. Thomas 41075 
Silver Grove 41085 
Covington 41015 



Bourbon County 
Harrison County 
Millersburg Military 
Nicholas County 
Paris 
Augusta 
Bracken County 
Deming 

Pendleton County 
Fleming County 
Mason County 



Paris 40361 
Cynthiana 41031 
nst. Millersburg 40348 
Carlisle 4C311 
Pans 40361 
Augusta 41002 
Brooksville 41004 
Mt Olivet 41064 
Falmouth 41040 
Flemingsburg 41041 
Maysville 41056 



Sr. Teresa Mane Osborne 
Cletus Hubbs 
Ernest Sheldon 
John Gernert 
Thomas R McCarthy 
Rev. Thomas Duerr 
James B. Smith 
J V Reschar. Sr. 
James A Sexton 



Helen Masten 
Patrick L Crawford 
George E Morrison 
Sr. Louise Mane 
Arthur K Draut 
Harold Andrews 

REGION VIM 



Bill Moore 
Lynn Riedesel 
Andy Means 
Tony Carman 
Joe Thompson 
Adrian Cooksey 
George Abernathy 
Robert Bozarth 
Tom Finnegan 
Bobby Simpson 
Don Salyer 

Willenbrink 

Don Hoffman 
Joe Burks 



Ronald Fentress 
George E Valentine 
C. T Collins 
James F Huggins 
Robert B Turner 
David Baird 
Ronald Young 
Sam W. Chandler 
Katie Easom 
Billy E Prewitt 
J D Minnehan 
William John Higgins 
Carl W Webster 
George W. Baker 
Tom Sims 
Sonny Fentress 

REGION IX 

Kenneth R Johnstone 
Larry Ryle 
Jim Jenkins 
Charles R Fugitt 
Ronald L. Albrmck 
Robert Abell 
Frank Lyons 
David Jenks 
Kenneth J. Gross 
Rev Edwin B. Heile 
Fred W. Moeves 
Fred Bryer 
Robert Taylor 
Sr Mary Virginia Ann 
Sr Nancy Kordenbrock 
William Dosch 
Thomas Hood 
George Frakes 
Carl Foster 



Steve Barriger 
Bill Schott 
Bill Bass 
Michael L. Oder 
Paul Watts 
Jim Wilhite, Jr 
Rick Schepman 
Tom Creamer 
Larry Morgan 
Carroll McDonald 
Dave Hart, Jr 
Jim Barnes 
C R Wenderoth 
James W Glass 
Everett Varney 
John Ruby 



Jack Johnson 
Bill Warfleld 
Kevin O'Toole 
Bill Code 
Bob Murdock 
Larry Miller 
Bob Eades 
Wayne Shipley 
George Schneider 
Rev. Ed Heile 
Reynolds Flynn 
William Frey 
Ray Thompson 



Mike Swauger 
Stan Steidel 
John Gross 
Gary Schulte 



Thomas Seither 
Gene Sell 
Chester Turner 
Timothy Barrow 
Robert G. Konerman 



Jon Quatman 
Gary Turner 
Kenny Shields 
Steve Sigmon 
Kevin OToole 



REGION X 

Bill Case 

Jerry Jenkins 

Col Alvin C. Hadley, Jr 

David McMillen 

Homer H Goins 

Marvin Bradley 

R W. Ellington 

Larry Kelsch 

John W. Brill 

Fairce O Woods 

John H. Bransom 



Russ Day 
Virgil Jenkins 
Mike Reitz 
Mike Kenney 
Mark Cram 
Marvin Bradley 
David Hamilton 
Larry Allison 
Woody Crum 
Marty Voiers 
Allen Feldhaus 



Maureen Wilkins 
Janet Childress 
Stan Dobbs 
John Filar 
Susan Switzer 

David Haynes 
Sandra Callahan 

Suzanne Wallace 

Ken Gray 
Deanie Feger 
Bunny Daugherty 
Art Olliges 
Beverly Gass 



Bill Pickett 
Mary Ann Elam 
Scott Morrison 
David Emery 
Kent Stevens 
Lynn Swigert 
Paula Martin 
Charlotte Chownmg 
William Yates 
Marcus Camacho 
Dave Weedman 
Walter McHargue 
Bill Davidson 
Delmas Castle 
Bruce Bottoms 
Emily Penny 



Connie Thomer 
Margaret Carroll 
Hiram Owens 
Rusty Kordenbrock 
Katie Wesseling 
Butch Hays 
Ted Ryder 
Susan Wera 



Joan Mitchell 

Dave Stamm 
Joan Shadley 
Caria Austin 
Sally Meng 
Diane Huff 
Cindy Schlosser 



Maureen Grosser 
Barbara Kohls 
Marge McKenna 
Don Dobson 
James Elam 
Linda Moore 



J. W. Ballard 
Randall Sawyers 

Robbie Barr 
Judy Cox 
Paula King 
Gary Clayton 
Larry Allison 
Randy Couch 
Billy Calvert 
Robert Hutchinson 



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Maysville 
St. Patrick 
Tollesboro 
D. 40 Batti County 
Estill County 
George Rogers Clark 
Montgomery County 



Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Tollesboro 41189 
Owingsville 40360 
Irvine 40336 
Winchester 40391 
Mt, Sterling 40353 



Elza Whalen, Jr. 
Sr Jude Birck 
Mike Forman 
Ewell Smoot, Jr 
Danny Click 
Claude Bailee, Jr 
David Points 



Robert Hall 
Lex Turner 
Alan Bane 
Cary Barr 
Steve Garrett 
Julian Cunningtiam 
Ctiarles Ishmael 



Dean Cvitkovic 



Mike Bromagen 
Joedy Ohr 
Dan Hempel 
Mark Green 



D. 41 Frankfort 

Franklin County 
Lexington Catholic 

Woodford County 

D. 42 Burgin 

Harrodsburg 
Jessamine County 
Mercer County 

D. 43 Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Sayre 
Tales Creek 

D. 44 Berea Community 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Model Laboratory 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Lexington 40503 

Versailles 40383 
Burgin 40310 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Nicholasville 40356 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40502 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40502 
Berea 40403 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 



D. 45 Boyle County 
Danville 

Garrard County 

Kentucy School f/t Deaf 
D. 46 Casey County 

Lincoln County 

Russell County 
D. 47 McCreary Central 

Monticello 

Wayne County 
D. 48 Burnside 

Eubank 

Laurel County 

Nancy 

Pulaski County 

Shopville 

Somerset 
D. 49 Clay County 

Jackson County 

Oneida Baptist Inst. 

Rockcastle County 
D. 50 Barbourville 

Corbin 

Knox Central 

Lynn Camp 

St. Camillus Academy 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 
D. 51 Bell County 

Lone Jack 

Middlesboro 

Pineville 

Red Bird 
D. 52 Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 

James A. Cawood 

Lynch 



Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 

Lancaster 40444 
Danville 40422 
Liberty 42539 
Stanford 40484 
Russell Springs 42642 
Stearns 42647 
Monticello 42633 
Monticello 42633 
Burnside 42519 
Eubank 42567 
London 40741 
Nancy 42544 
Somerset 42501 
Shopville 42554 
Somerset 42501 
Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt. Vernon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Corbin 40701 
Williamsburg 40769 
Williamsburg 40769 
Pineville 40977 
Four Mile 40939 
Middlesboro 40965 
Pineville 40977 
Beverly 40913 
Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 
Harlan 40831 
Lynch 40855 



REGION XI 

Donald Hines 
Robert W. Hoagland 
Rev Robert H. 
Neiberding 
Ken Tippett 
Phillip Ray Carter 
Delmer Warren 
Zeb Blankenship 
James E. Gash 
Leo H. Brewsaugh 
Bill C. Hurt 
Dwight L. Price 
Tom Grunw/ald 
Warren Featherston Jr. 
James K. Miller 
Jim Fleenor 
James B. Moore 
Dr. Bruce Bonar 

REGION XII 

Arnold Marshall 
Don M. Turner 

Johnnie Ray Laswell 
Edward F, Peltier 
Forrest C. Stafford 
Jack D. Portvuood 
Robert Garner 
Allan Osborne 
Eldon E Davidson 
George Owen Horton 
C. L. Simpson 
Harold Belcher 
Holbert Hodges 
John Wallace 
Larry Stewart 
Phillip R. Baker 
Jim Andy Sears 
Lee Brown 
Dale Kleinjan 
Oliver Hawkins 
Cleston Saylor 
James Michael Davis 
Ray Tipton 
Charles D, Black 
Clayton Taylor 
Sr. M- Amabilis 
Elmer Lawson 
Jack V. Foley 
James A. Pursifull 
Lowell Turner 
John Patterson 
William E. Adams 
Olen Taylor Collins 
Bob R. li^orris 
Ledge Howard 
Tom Ward 
Joshua Hensley 
Ervin B- Pack 



Larry Cheatham 
David Lee 
Harry T. Starns 

Gene Kirk 
Edgar Watson 

Norman Manasco 
Gene Middleton 
Bobby Barlow 
Al Prewitt 
Don Harville 
John Lackey 
Nolan Barger 
Tony Cox 
Tommy Martin 
Bill Fultz 
Shirley Kearns 



Morris Stewart 
Donn Marston 

Wade Upchurch 
Arlen Finke 
Phillip Williams 
Roger Meek 
Bob Payne 
Jerry Stephens 
Joe W- Harper 
Mark Borders 
Earl Hicks 
David Colhron 
Raymond Reed 
Avery Hatfield 
David Fraley 
Hollis Roger Smith 
Charles Eckler 
Bobby Keith 

Larry Gritton 
William D. Riddle 
Bill Swafford 
Gerald Foley 
Larry Mills 
Calvin Vaughn 

Donnie Haynes 
Paul Falin 
Harold Combs 
Wayne Walters 
Larry Davis 
Kenny Gann 
Charles Minks 
Ralph Roberts 
Billy Hicks 
Doyle Troutman 
Robert Sweeten 
Rick Morris 



Ron Wigglesworth 
Nancy Finney 
Peggy Tillman 

Sharon Tippett 
Debbie Perry 

Glen Teater 
Mariann Davis 
Valerie Langlois 
Jackie Austin 
Kathy Neal 
Fran Nuedling 
Bradley Switzer 
Susan Porter 
Mike Elkin 
Frank Ray 
Jeanne Stull 



Joan Mann 
John Sieweke 

Kenneth Hurt 
Nyla Hostin 
Rick Scholls 
Roddy Waldroup 
Phillip Garner 
Charles Adams 
Jerry Stephens 
Wayne Ryan 
Linda Darnell 
Gilbert Wilson 
Roy Bowling 
Yvonne Daulton 
Larry Hurt 
Phillip R. Baker 
Bob Tucker 
Larry Sizemore 

Debbye Blair 
Preston Parrett 
James Rains 
Willard Earns 
Daphne Goodin 
Eddie Harris 

James Rains 
David Woods 
Zeke Smith 
Frank Overton 
Ken Condra 
Bryant Caudill 
Dan Crabtree 
John Bond 
Wallace Napier 
E R, Gray 
Jane Long 
Joe Bill Clark 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1979 



Page Nine 



REGION XIV 



D. 


53 


Fleming-Neon 


Fleming 41816 


Roy T. Reasor 


Bernard Hall 


Sue Kincer 






Jenkins 


Jenkins 41537 


Wm. Halliburton Greer 


Steve Collins 


Danny Johnson 






Letcher 


Letcher 41832 


D. C Taylor 


Danny Bates 


Stella Mae Ison 






Whitesburg 


Whitesburg 41858 


R, T, Holbrook 


Arthur Jackson 


John High 


D. 


54 


Buckhorn 


Buckhorn 41721 


William B- Napier 


Pat Wooton 


Pat Wooton 






Dilce Combs 


Jeff 41751 


Douglas Campbell 


J, R. Noe 


Douglas Campbell 






Hazard 


Hazard 41701 


Fred E. Stidham 


Roger Kirby 


Jonnie Shackelford 






Leslie County 


Hyden 41749 


Omus Shepherd 




Wendell Wilson 






M, C, Napier 


Hazard 41701 


James Winston Fields 


Albert Combs 


David Heath 


D. 


55 


Breathitt County 


Jackson 41339 


William A. Toler 


James T, Turner 


Joyce C. Mayes 






Cordia 


Hazard 41701 


Bobby Ralph Smith 


Larry Hayes 


Zella Combs 






Jackson 


Jackson 41330 


James B Goff 


David Perkins 








Knott County Central 


Hindman 41822 


R, B. Singleton 


Eddie Gibson 


Samuel Smith 






Riverside Christian 


Lost Creek 41348 


Doran Hosteller 


Doran Hosteller 


Becky Baker 


D. 


56 


Hazel Green Academy 


Hazel Green 41332 


Albert B. Osborne 


Prichard Hawks 








Lee County 


Beattyville 41311 


Gary Pack 


Heber Dunaway 


Sue Davis 






Owsley County 


Booneville 41314 


Dale Callahan 


Charles Turner 


Randell Spencer 






Powell County 


Stanton 40380 


Cebert Gilbert Jr 


Mike Crowe 


Betty Craft 






Wolfe County 


Campton 41301 


Ted Holbrook 

REGION XV 


Alvin Ratliff 


Bob Terry 


D. 


57 


Johnson Central 


Pamtsville 41240 


Paul R. Setzer 


Wendell Wallen 


Connie Meek 






Lawrence County 


Louisa 41230 


Robert L Prichard 


Ron Reed 


Doris Prichard 






Magoffin County 


Salyersville 41465 


Ronald Gullett 


A. B, Conley 


Donnie Arnett 






Pamtsville 


Paintsville 41240 


Dwight D, Johnson 


Paul Williams 


Sara Daniel 






Sheldon Clark 


Inez 41224 


Wilburn Goble 


John Williams 


Don Wald 


D. 


58 


Allen Central 


Eastern 41622 


J O. Dingus 


Howard Wallen, Jr. 


Judy Eversole 






Betsy Layne 


Betsy Layne 41605 


Russell M -Frazier 


William Newsom, Jr. 


Mary Kok 






McDowell 


McDowell 41647 


Hugo E. Miller 


David L Turner 


Johnny Ray Turner 






Prestonsburg 


Prestonsburg 41653 


John Wayne Shepherd 


Ronnie Robinson 


Gary Hopkins 






Wheelwright 


Wheelwright 41669 


Wilbur Jameson 


Danny Johnson 


Judy Burchell 


D. 


59 


Dorton 


Dorton 41520 


Glenn Wallace 


Gene Tackett 


Connie Bowling 






Millard 


Pikeville 41501 


Phenis Potter 


Richard Maynar 


Shirley Burnette 






Mullms 


Pikeville 41501 


Morris W. Justice 


Steve Butcher 


Steve McCain 






Pikeville 


Pikeville 41501 


Thomas M, Swartz 


Larry Phillips 


James Hillard Howard 






Virgie 


Virgie 41572 


Phillip Johnson 


Bobby Osborne 


Karen Trivett 


D. 


60 


Belfry 


Belfry 41514 


Frank T. Welch 


Tommy Runyon 


Delores Dotson 






Elkhorn City 


Elkhorn City 41522 


James V Powell 


Jimmy Kerr 


Kenneth O'Quinn 






Feds Creek 


Feds Creek 41524 


Rufus Thacker 


Clell Hunt Jr, 


Ronald Francisco 






John Creek 


Pikeville 41501 


Winston Adkins 


Aubrey Taylor 


Robert Blevins 






Phelps 


Phelps 41553 


John A O'Brien 

REGION XVI 


Joe Stepp 


Goretta Smith 


D. 


61 


Menifee County 


Frenchburg 40322 


Richard Ratliff 


Terry Young 


John Mayer 






Morgan County 


West Liberty 41472 


John Johnston 


Roscoe Denny 


Kathy Griffitts 






Rowan County 


Morehead 40351 


Marvin Moore 


Ted Trent 


Claudia Hicks 






University Breckinridge 


Morehead 40351 


Frank Burns 


Dienzel Dennis 


Eddie Jones 


D. 


62 


East Carter County 


Grayson 41143 


Harlan R Fleming 


Charles Baker 


Vicki Young 






Elliott County 


Sandy Hook 41171 


William Wooten 


Rick Mays 


Jess Adkins 






Lewis County 


Vanceburg 41179 


Don Gaunce 


Gary Kidwell 


Alice Kidwell 






West Carter 


Olive Hill 41164 


William Calhoun 


Jim Webb 


John R. Brown 


D. 


63 


Fairview 


Ashland 41101 


Dolores Redwine 


George Cooke 


Judy Thomas 






Greenup County 


Greenup 41 144 


Charles Banks 


Jerry Umberger 


Bob Bryson 






Raceland 


Raceland 41169 


John Stephens 


Danny Evans 


Brooke Sparks 






Russell 


Flatwoods 41139 


Richard Baker 


Jack Upchurch 


Liz Trabandt 


D. 


64 


Boyd County 


Ashland 41101 


James Hutchinson 


Eugene Clark 


Pam Traylor 






Holy Family 


Ashland 41101 


Sr Judith McMahon 


Mike Sherman 


Cheryl Bowman 






Paul G, Blazer 


Ashland 41101 


Glenn A, Riedel 


Ernon Simpson 


Wanda Boggs 



Wrestling Films 
Continued from Page 2 

takedowns, reversals, escapes, leaving the mat, stalling, 
scoring and illegal holds such as body slam, bar slam, full 
nelson and chicken vising. Guidelines for officiating and 
interpreting the rules are provided. In all there are sixty 
separate scenes of wrestling. This film will provide the 
much needed guidance and proper interpretations for 
interscholastic competition. 
WRESTLING TODAY, 16mm, (17 min.), color 



This film displays the starting position on the mat, for 
the defensive and offensive man and also the referee's 
position. Also when control is gained, takedown, when 
control is lost or the escape, when control change is 
reversed. The near fall and pinning situations from a 
takedown standpoint, stalling tactics in neutral positions. 

This is a brief synopsis of the pertinent areas of the 
rules code illustrated in this color film. The movie was 
produced by the National Federation of State High School 
Associations. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1979 



RACELAND — CLASS A, DISTRICT 2, REGION III, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: D. Wilson, D. Barlcer, L. Campbell, P. Thomas, D. Harris, B. Christian, B. Little, J. Boyd, S. Worthington, F. 
Sammons, B. Boyes, Second Row: B. Frazure Mgr., C. Rowlelt, D. Brown, J. Medley, D. Rambo, K. Cumpton, M. Christian, M. Huffman, 
R. Crouch, K. Rose, D. Harris, Third Row: R. Vanderhoof, C. Barker, T. Medley, M. Fannin, J. Oney, K. Bostil, B. Stevens, M. Stephens, J. 
Adkins, D. Boyles Mgr., Fourth Row: S. Fruesdale, M. Phelps, V. Burroughs, D. Waggoner, D. Anderson, T. Martin, D. Familton, K. Cameron. 



RUSSELLVILLE — CLASS A, DISTRICT 1, REGION I, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: S. Cooper, T. Lee, R. Dudley, G. Beard, H. Pillow, S. Oberhausen, G. Dilliha, T. White, C. Hampton, J. Taylor, 
Second Row; C. Hampton, S. BIythe, B. Bellamy, B. Brown, S. Williamson, J. Smotherman, T. Wilkins, T. Smith, K. Fruits, K. Barrett, M. Woods, 
T. Epiey, Third Row: M. Gibbs, R. Arnold, D. Shifflett, T. Williamso,n, D. McCormick, S. Pillow, J. Williamson, R. Smith, G. Head, E. Hanks, 
T. Knuckles, J. Long. 



MADISON — CLASS A, DISTRICT 1, REGION II, CHAMPION 




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(Left to Right) Front Row: R. Minter, C. Parks, J. Patton, S. Sweat, P. Black, J. Boyd, W. Sweat, D. Jones, Mgr., Second Row: Coach J. Lovell, 
D. Jenkins, M. Goggins, M. Smith, L. Ballew, T. Sweat, A. Ballard, M. Covington, Third Row: Coach Elkin, J. Willis, P. Shearer, J. Warlord, M. 
ChenaulL D. Ballard, D. Shearer, L. Ballew, Coach Lovell, Coach Miller, Fourth Row: Coach Norris, G. Miller, L. Martin, M. Goggins, J. Jones, 
K. Bosley, K. Simmons, E. Simmons, Coach Miller. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1979 



Page Eleven 



HARLAN — CLASS A DISTRICT 1, REGION 4, CHAMPION 







(Lett to Right) Front Row: B. Coach D. Troutman, M. Robinson. B. McGeorge, B. Anderson. J. Blanton, M. Ledford. G. Harris. R. McGeorge. 
R. Powell. C. Frazier. K. Moody, K. Currington, G. Young. J. Howard, R. Mason. J. Slone. S. Howard. R. Adkisson. J. Davis. Second Row: 
F. Gluker Mgr.. B. Adkisson. J. Donahue. W. Atkins. T. Howard. M. Howard. J. Luttrell. T. Halburnt. K. Davenport. K. McDaniels. V. Mills, 
F. Ellis. K. Farmer, M. Thompson. J. Burkhart. R. Noe, B. Richards. B. Carmical. F. Smith, Head Coach Rick McCrary, Third Row: K. Raglin. 
P. Dean, T. Noble, E. Dugger. B. Middleton. K. Vanover. R. Hollingsworth. L. Blevins, D. Howard, R. Simms, C. Caldwell, J. Howard, D. Jacobs 



PAINTSVILLE — CLASS A DISTRICT 2, REGION 4, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: T. Cox, J. Wells, T. Mayes. P. Goggans. D. Haysletl. E. Gray. J. Runyon. J. Miller, G. Hopper, B. Scott. Second Row: 
L. Maynard. P. Webb. T. Rowland, R. Jarrell, T. Spencer, S. Thompson, T. Howard, D. Jarrell. R. Mullins. D. Pugh. D. Lemaster, S. Priode, 
Third Row: D. Plummer. J. Meddings. W. Knight. B. Mullins. B. Blanton. M. Salyers, B. Meade, J, Preston. D. Brown, T. Endicott, Fourth Row: 
J. Wells, R. McFaddin, R. Conley. J. Goggans. J. Adams. D. Pugh. M. Brown. J. Dials, E. Charles, S. Daniel, T. Dyer 



OWEN COUNTY — CLASS A, DISTRICT 2, REGION 2, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row L Bishop S Ford, Second Row: J. Tackett, M. Burtord, S. Wagner, K. Porter, T. Edmondson, B. O'Banion. D. 
Ayres B Young Third Row S Allnutt, Mgr , T. Ware, R. Bihl, J. Meltord, M. Cochran, T. Tackett, G. Woolums, J. Tolliver, T. Yancey, B. Lusby, 
Mgr., and Head Coach R. Cochran, Fourth Row; Asst. Coach D. Downey, J. Ware. T. Tackett. M. Baker, G. Bihl, J. Metlord, D. Perkins, C. Ware, 
B. True, B. Watson, Top Row: Coach G. Fitts. C. Cochran, W. Gayle. E. Joslin. G. Dunavent, H. Gayle, R. Ellis. D. Baker, V. Slier, M. Edmond- 
son. R. Perkins. 



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Registered Basketball Officials 

Continued from November Athlete 

Middletown, John W,. 209 Leimaur Dr., Richmond, 40475 623- 

1682, 623-6373 
Miller. George L , Eastview. 42732, 862-9220, 737-1006 
Miller, Harold P., 103 E, 24th St., Benton, 42025, 527-8749 395- 

7121, X-2363 
Miniard, Lonnie, 4400 Kranet Way, Louisville, 40218, 452-6657 

893-3611 
Mitchell, Curtis N,. 413 W. Arch St.. Madisonville, 42431, 821-9590 
Modrell, Garry W., 259 Merraway, Florence, 41042, 525-6384 

491-2663 
Mohr, Thomas W , 34 Sunset Drive, Alexandria, 41001, 635-5385 

635-2191 
Molands. Lawrence, Clayhole, Ky 41317, 666-8863, 666-7120 
Monks, Ronald E,, 3509 Dorset Rd , Louisville, 42014. 937-6222 
Montgomery. Chester. 901 S. Elm St.. Henderson. 42420. 826-7845 
Moore, Anatole P . 626 Center St . Bowling Green. 421 01 781-5588 

842-5302 
Moore. Bradley. Rt 2. Box 86B. Frankfort. 40601. 227-9991 564- 

2297 
Moore. Dean, R R. 1, Falmouth. 41040. 654-3695. 654-3385 
Moore. Franklin "Bud'. 5351 Whitmore Dr . Cincinnati. 45238. 

922-8317. 559-7246 
Moore. James H. R R 2. Box92AA. Hardinsburg. 40143. 788-3978 

927-6961 
Moore. Marvin. Rt. 5. Box 194. Morehead. 40351. 784-6467 784- 

8956 
Moore. Robert Jr. 441 Forest Ave. Erianger. 41018 342-6942 

491-6900 
Moorman. Tom. Box 515. Hardinsburg. 40143, 257-8272, 756-2821 
Morgan. Charles B Jr , 3500 Warwick Dr #4. Lexington. 40502 

272-2105. 232-4905 
Morgan. John Edward Jr , R1, Box 278. Annville. 40402. 364-5504 
Morgan. Richard. 522 Taylor Dr.. London. 40741. 864-9253. 864- 

5114 
Morris. Bobby. Route #6. Mayfield. 42066, 247-5312. 247-1293 
Morris. Carroll D.. Rt. 1. Pendleton. 40055. 255-3657 
Morris. Edward C. 153 Raintree Rd.. Florence, 41042, 371-9496, 

727-2333 
Morris, John C, Box 115A Pendleton, 40055, 255-3657 
Morris, Larry E., 4701 Sebree #1 Lane, Louisville, 40218, 459-1549 
Morris, Thomas A., 1320 S. Ft Thomas Ave , Ft. Thomas 41075 

441-3749, 563-2290 
Morrison, Donnie R , Rt. 2, Box 284 B-7. Russell Springs. 42642. 

866-5014. 866-3341 
Morrow. Ulysses E . 909 Westerfield Dr . Providence 42450. 667- 

7443 
Morse. Richard K . 163 N. Deepwood Dr.. Radcliff. 40160, 351- 

3748, 624-4646 
Moser, Rudy C . Box 282. Sebree. 42455, 835-2532 
Mosley. David. 501 W. 16th St.. London. 40741. 864-4576. 878-7913 
Mullins. William B.. 543 Laketower Dr.. #129 Lexington. 40502. 

266-3509. 255-3641 
Murdach. Leslie. 965 Homestead TrI. Henderson. 42420, 827-4133 
Murphy, Michael P. 2913 Pindell Ave.. Louisville. 40217, 637-, 

7205, 896-1051 
Murrell, Allen L., 1404 Woodhurst Dr.. Bowling Green. 42101. 

843-1290. 745-2466 
Murl. Gene T., 1106 Yarbro Ln . Paducah. 42001. 443-7950. 753- 

3381 
Nance. David. 1741F Shawnee Dr.. Owensboro. 42301, 926-0269. 

6B4-9815 
Nash. Richard C. 1625 Alexander Ave.. Owensboro. 42301. 684- 

0683. 684-9815 
Nelligan. Michael L . 309 Norbourne Blvd.. Louisville 40207. 893- 

5440. 426-5644 
Nelson. Barrett L.. Route 1. Box 200. Nebo 42441. 249-3608 
Newman. Bill. 2535 Ritchie St.. Portsmouth. 45662. 353-6257 

947-2131 
Newsome. Cecil Jr.. Box 580. Galveston. 41629. 587-2755. 377- 

2410 
Newsome, Gerald D.. Grethel. 41631. 587-2844, 587-2212 
Newsome. Verl. Rt 2. Box 720. Teaberry. 41660 
Newton. Dennis W . 6002 Athen Dr . Louisville 40219. 966-3027 
Noll. John T.. 22 Forest. Fort Thomas. 41075. 781-4169. 941-0300 
Oakes, James Jeff, 41751, 436-5073, 439-1318 
Cakes, Tammy, 250 Perry Ave., Hazard, 41701, 436-5073 
O'Banion, Cornelius Jr., 137 East Main, Frankfort, 40601, 223- 

8757, 875-3084 
O'Brien. Julius D.. 604 Jackson St., Elizabethtown, 42701, 737- 

4837, 351-3167 
Ogden. Paul J. Jr.. 1017 Oriole Ct., Louisville, 40213, 635-6852 



dinger, Anthony G., 1129 Armstrong Mill Rd., Lexington, 40502, 

272-7129, 266-4711 
Oliver, Dennis Bruce, Rt. 5, Richmond. 40475, 623-8569, 623-6468 
Olliges, Sharon, 2212 Landan Dr., Louisville, 40218, 452-2347 
Osborne, Ronnie, Box 242-A, Rt 1, Baxter, 40806, 573-7264, 573- 

1450 
Overstreet, Walter R., 1141 Briarwood Dr.. Lexington, 40511, 255- 

3461, 232-3817 
Owens, Greg, Rt. 6, Box 55, Russellville, 42276, 726-6532 
Owens, Jerry W., Chenoz, Ky. 40925, 337-3651, 337-2244 
Owens, Pete, 3366 Nevius Dr., Lexington, 40513, 278-0016, 232- 

4293 
Owsley, Robert, 201 E. Sixth St., Lexington, 40508. 255-6269, 254- 

2200 
Paitsel. James D. Jr., P.O. Box 176 220 Mam Street, Fulton, 42041, 

472-3874, 472-3271 
Palko. Edward T., R-1, Owenton Rd., Frankfort, 40601, 223-8833, 

873-4541 
Pandolfi, Thomas, 2230 Olympia Ave.. Paducah, 42001, 554-4232, 

554-1820 
Parker, Steve, 2504 Woodhill Dr., Lexington, 40509, 269-4272, 269- 

3326 
Parks, Tom III, 321 Kingsway Dr.. Lexington. 40502. 266-7626. 255- 

4747 
Pate. Edward M.. #4 Miller Apts. W. Pike St. Louisa. 41230. 638- 

9015. 638-9676 
Peak. Barbara A., 2313 Mercer Avenue. Shively. 40216. 447-4480 
Pearl. George W Jr.. 291 5 Lexham Rd.. Louisville. 40220. 491-1 762, 

582-5521 
Pelphrey, Jack N., Gate Sub-Div. Paintsville, 41240, 789-1857, 789- 

3055 
Pelphrey, Joe D., Box 252 W. Prestonsburg, 41668, 886-6265, 285- 

3682 
Pelphrey, Paul L., P.O. Box 601, Morehead, 40351, 784-5919 
Percell, Danny, P.O Box 342, Horse Cave, 42749, 786-1402, 651- 

3221 
Perry, Charles E., 123 Graves, Erianger, 41018, 727-4138, 727- 

1108 
Peters, Fred E.. 542 Parkside Dr , Lexington, 40504, 299-631 1 , 233- 

2661 
Peterson, Bill S.. P.O. Box 667. Bardstown. 40004, 252-9959, 348- 

9224 
Peyton, William R., Route 1, Box 43, Sulphur, 40070, 743-5449 
Pharis, Kevin W., Rt. 2, Hwy 411, Caneyville, 42721, 897-8482 
Phelps, Johnny, P.O. Box 45, London, 40741, 864-9892 
Phillips, Carol S.. R.R. 2. Box 194 F. Glasgow, 42141, 646-2731, 

678-0269 
Phillips, Harold D , R2, Box 194F. Glasgow. 42141. 646-2731, 

651-5196 
Phillips, Samuel M,, Rt. 1. Box 289-A. Cynthiana, 41031, 234-3007, 

234-5690 
Phillips, Thomas M , Route 2, Box 457. Pikeville. 41501. 639-4152, 

432-3380 
Phipps. Charles R.. Hazel Green. 41332, 662-6873 
Phipps. Dannie Lee, Rt, 2, Box 261. Hazel Green. 41332, 662-9683, 

668-6585 
Pickett, Kenneth H , WKU Keen Hall 328, Bowling Green, 42101, 

866-5311, 748-4096 
Pickrell, Gerald W., 499 Whispering Hills, Lexington, 40503. 272- 

7171. 272-1611 
Pietrowski, Paul. Box 107. Corbin. 40701. 523-0272. 528-1630 
Pinckney. Thomas A.. 5472-A Kelley St., Fort Knox, 40121, 624- 

2256, 624-2424 
Plummer, William B., Rt. #1, Box 104 H, Greenup, 41144,473-6289. 

329-7857 
Poe. Thomas E . Box 896. R R. 2. Calvert City. 42029. 395-7595, 

753-8111 
Polivick, Dewayne, Murray, 42071, 759-1983 
Poppas, Stephen C, P.O. Box 374. Jackson, 41339, 666-7480, 439- 

2311 
Powell, Billy Roger, Box 108, Elkhorn City, 41522, 754-8702, 754- 

9098 
Powell, Robert M., 531 Shoshoni Tr., Georgetown. 40324. 863- 

9314. 254-7795 
Prater. Otis Jr.. 407 W. Jefferson. Berea. 40403. 986-8729. 256- 

4816 
Proffitt. Carlie M.. Rt. #4. Tompkinsville, 42167, 434-2396 
Puckett, Kenneth Wayne, Route 1, Melber,Melber 42069, 674-5514, 

247-5636 
Purcell, Kenneth. 1308Diuguid Rd.. Murray. 42071. 753-8233. 762- 

4459 
Pyle. James F.. Box 341. Route 1. Maysville. 41056. 883-3443. 549- 

3059 
Quisenberry. David Powderly. 42367. 338-3182. 274-3334 

Continued January Athlete 



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(Lett to Rigtit) Front Row: S. Skelton, D. Wilkins, K. Extine, M. Squire, G. Banks, T. Houcliens, M. Garner, 
V. Williams, G. Pierce, T. Moody, Second Row: G. Brayboy. J. Bailey, K. Hamm, J. Holditch, B. Webb, T. Block, 
G. Bowie, D. Stewart, M. Bryant, Third Row: B. Felder, R. Riley, E. Barton, B. Billings, J. Kinzer, M. Todd, J. 
Dooley, D. Noey, S. Fazekas, Fourtli Row: B. Cundilf, G. Sanders, R. Westptieling, B. Church, R. Bowling, K. 
Jones, V. Nevels, J. Barton, M. Hinton, Fifth Row: B. Chambers, D. Stovall, P. Lindsey, E. Gillespie, J. Williams, 
J. Hutton, T. Sanders, C. Franks, R. Estes, Sixth Row: L. Cheek, T. Skelton, D. King, B. Smith, W. Squire, D. 
D. McCall, D. Johnson, T. Rogers, R. Norvell, Seventh Row: S. Cornell, T. Donald, P. Squire, V. Hayward, C. 
Callesteros, F. Alexander, L. Turcer, W. Walker, Eighth Row: R. Cobb, R. Bell, H. Mills, M. Patterson. 






Ft. Campbell 46 Todd Co. Central 

Ft. Campbell 31 Caldwell Co. 7 

Ft. Campbell 40 Franklin-Simpson 14 

Ft. Campbell 27 Mayfield 7 



Campbell 54 Hancock Co. 

Campbell 35 Murray 7 

Campbell 12 Heath 14 

Campbell 28 Russellville 

Campbell 35 Trigg Co. 

Campbell 6 Ft. Knox 13 

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Ft. Campbell 6 Glasgow 3 

Ft. Campbell 21 Washington Co. 

Ft. Campbell 26 Pikeville 

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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

JANUARY 1980 „ 




WASHINGTON COUNTY — CLASS AA, REGION II, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 
















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(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. G. Newby, L. Weathers, G. Hamilton, J. Haydon, Second Row: J. Boone, G. Goatley, 
T. Settle, D. Mattingly, S. Fenwick, S. Wheatley, C. Ellery, D. Weathers, J. Gerton, J. Mattingly. Third Row: D. Tapp, G. 
Shewmaker, A. J. Waldridge, T. Jewell, J. Simms, G. Cooper, C. Burton, G. Coleman, P. Boone, Fourth Row: J. Abell, T. 
Edelen, J. Brantley, S. Cocanougher, E. Spalding, B. Robinson, Grad. Ass't. J. Sinebottom, Fifth Row: J. Smith, J. 
Mattingly, L. Smith, T. McCarthy, J. Mudd, J. Linton, J. Winsatt, Ass't. Coach L. Glassock, Ass't. Coach C. Warren, Sixth 
Row: M. White, M. Carey, J. Isaacs, D. Hall, M. Manley, T. Warren, T. Sidebottom, T. Walls, Head Coach J. Reed. 

GLASGOW — CLASS AA, REGION I, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 














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(Left to Right) Front Row: D. Whitlow, T. Riherd, W. Allen, B. McDougal, S. Gardner, B. Calvert, C. Royse, K. Gaunce, 
J. Martin, R. Witty, M. Trautman, T. Venables, J. Poland, J. England, M. Smith, D. Jones, Second Row: M. Davis, J. Hayes, 
K. Mansfield, M. Rice, J. Dies, B. Mattingly, S. Bailey. D. Doty, M. Pickens, C. Manning, K. Redford, B. Alexander, G. 
Harris, B. Wood, A. Aldridge, T. Hamilton, Third Row: C. Gupton, J. Vance, C. Meadows, R. Ramsey, K. Henry, J. Harlow, 
R. Watson, S. Smith, T. Nunn, J. England, J. Dotson, R. Collier, S. Travis, C. Vanzant, M. Jordan, K. Bonner. 



HAZARD — CLASS AA, REGION IV, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 




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(Left to Right) Front Row: C. Hamilton, K. McDaniel, T. McCoy, J. Lasslo, C. Miller, J. Miller, J. Turner, J. Meehan, 
Second Row: K. Blanton, J. Workman, K. Bowling, S. Marsh, J. Salley, J. Meehan, G. Baker, J. Farris, Third Row: J. Lewis, 
J. Adams, R. Asher, J. Robertson, B. Williams, N. Woods, A. Moore, Fourth Row: G. Adams, J. Shackelford, D. Jacobs, R. 
Bowling, G. Chapman, R. Turner, P. Campbell, P. Kershaw, Fifth Row: T. Davis, L. Marsh, J. Chandler, J. Terry, L. Hollon, 
F. Steel, A. Chaney, Sixth Row: Mgr. T. Francis, Ass't. Coach J. Rail, Ass't. Coach O. Jones, Ass't. Coach M. Zoeller, Head 
Coach C. Cox, Mgr. K. Francis. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucl<y High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLII, NO. 6 



JANUARY, 1980 



$1.00 Per Year 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, on Saturday, December 15, 1979. The 
meeting was called to order by President Barney 
Thweatt at 9:00 A.M., with all Board members; 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioners 
Brigid L. DeVries, Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise 
present. Conley Manning and Darrell Wells were 
present representing the State Department of 
Education and the State School Boards Association 
respectively. The invocation was given by Conley 
Manning. 

Denzil J. Ramsey moved, seconded by Fairce 
O. Woods, that the minutes of the October 20, 1979, 
meeting of the Board be approved. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Jack 
Burkich, that the Board approve the minutes of the 
East Eligibility Committee meetings, held 
November 14, 1979, and November 29, 1979. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

President Thweatt introduced Mr. and Mrs. 
Hezekiah Curtsinger and their son, Kelly. Kelly 
spoke to the Board giving the reasons for requesting 
a waiver of By-Law 6, Section 1. Kelly had played 
varsity basketball for Boyle County High School 
prior to transferring to Rowan County High School, 
Morehead, where he is living with his father, who is 
his guardian at this time. Following the presentation 
by Kelly Curtsinger and a lengthy discission by the 
Board, Norman Passmore moved, seconded by J. D. 
Minnehan, that By-Law 6, Section 1, not be waived 
in this case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Prin. Jerry Harris and Supt. Eldon J. Smith of 
Glasgow High School spoke to the Board on behalf 
of a student, Mandal Stockton. Mandal was ruled 
ineligible under the provisions of By-Law 32, Post 
Season and All-Star Games. Prin. Harris explained 
to the Board that Mandal was not aware of the rule 
and that he took full responsibility for the fact that 
the rule had not been explained to him. After a 
lengthy discussion Robie Harper moved, seconded 
by Joseph McPherson, that Mandal Stockton be re- 
instated as of January 2, 1980, and that he be placed 
on probation for the remainder of the 1979-80 
school year. The motion carried 5-4. 

Prin. Ledger Howard, Evarts High School, was 
introduced by President Barney Thweatt. Mr. 
Howard came before the Board to request that the 
suspension of Evarts High School from the Assoc- 
iation be lifted. He explained that those persons 
responsible for the violations resulting in the 
suspension have resigned their coaching positions. 
Following a discussion of Mr. Howard's request. 
Commissioner Mills recommended that Evarts High 
School be reinstated effective January 2, 1980, but 
that they be placed on probation for one calendar 
year from the date of reinstatement. Pete Grigsby 
moved, seconded by Robie Harper, that the recom- 
mendation of the Commissioner be accepted. The 
motion passed unanimously. 



Mr. Edward R. Cooper, Cumberland, Kentucky, 
appeared before the Board requesting that By-Law 
6, Section 1 , Transfer Rule, be waived in favor of his 
daughter, Samantha. Mr. Cooper explained that the 
reason there was no corresponding change in 
residence in this case was that he was unable to 
secure housing in Cumberland at the time he trans- 
ferred Samantha to Cumberland High School. 
Following a discussion of Mr. Cooper's request, the 
Board delayed action pending further investigation. 

Assistant Commissioner Billy Wise reported 
that the Football Championship playoffs were very 
successful. Financial reports have been received 
from all game managers, indicating that all 
expenses have been paid with shares of profit 
having been sent to the schools involved. After a 
discussion concerning an additional amount to be 
allotted to each team taking part in the final games, 
upon a recommendation of Mr. Mills, Jack Burkich 
moved, seconded by Zeb Blankenship, that each of 
the eight schools involved in the finals receive an 
additional amount of $1,200.00. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Joseph McPherson moved, seconded by Jack 
Burkich, that the football playoffs be played at the 
Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center Stadium in 
1980. The motion passed unanimously. 

Upon a motion by Zeb Blankenship, seconded 
by Robie Harper, and a unanimous vote of the 
Board, the following regulations concerning fees 
for district, regional and state basketball 
tournament officials were adopted. The district 
tournament officials shall receive a fee of $30.00 per 
game, the regional tournament official shall receive 
a fee of $35.00 per game and the state tournament 
official shall receive $40.00 per game. Transpor- 
tation allowance shall be 15C: per mile for all 
necessary travel to officiate an assigned game. In 
the event it is necessary for the official to remain 
over-night at the tournament site, he or she shall be 
paid an additional $20.00 per day for lodging and 
meals. These apply to both boys and girls tourna- 
ments. 

Brigid L. DeVries, Assistant Commissioner, 
gave a report on the soccer survey taken by the 
Association. She gave a detailed report on the 
schools and the way they voted with 23 schools 
voting for soccer to be a spring sport and 22 voting 
for fall. Following a discussion of the report, Denzil 
Ramsey made a motion, seconded by J. D. 
Minnehan, that the Association continuetosponsor 
soccer as a spring sport. The motion carried 6-3. 

Chairman J. D. Minnehan reported that the 
Basketball Committee met with representatives of 
each of the sixteen basketball regions on October 
20, 1979. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss 
the results of a survey taken among member 
schools in April 1979, concerning the classification 
of schools in basketball. Mr. Minnehan explained 
that the meeting was well attended and that 
everyone was given an opportunity to speak both for 
and against classification. 

(Continued on Page Two) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1980 



JANUARY, 1980 VOL. XLII, NO. 6 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRlES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville 

Vice Pres- . Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Directors Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg; 

Pete Grigsby (1978-1980) McDowell; Robie Harper, Jr. 
(1979-1983) Drakesboro; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville; J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), LaGrange, 
Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington; D. J. Ramsey 
(1978-1982), Louisville; Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) 
Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 

From the Commissioner's Office 



INFORMATION 

STATE HIGH SCHOOL 

BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 

(Boys and Girls) 

The 1980 State High School Girls' and Boys' 
Basketball Tournaments will be held at Eastern 
Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky, on 
March 19-22, and Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ken- 
tucky, on March 26-29, respectively. The first 
session of the tournament Is scheduled for Wednes- 
day afternoon. 

On or after January 2, 1980, K.H.S. Boys' State 
Tournament, P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 
40522, will accept mail orders for complete sets of 
tickets for the tournament. 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for the 
boys' tournament are as follows: Side Chair seats, 
$40.00; End Seats, $32.00. Each order must include 
a remittance of $1.00 for postage and insurance on 
the tickets, and checks should be made payable to 
K.H.S. Boys' State Tournament. Orders for 
individual session tickets will be accepted during 
the Jan. 1 - Feb. 16 period, and should not be 
included with orders for complete sets of tickets 
mailed prior to that time. Tickets available for in- 
dividual sessions will be $5.00 per session for Side 
Chair Seats and $4.00 per session for End Chair 
Seats. An over-the-counter sale will begin at 
Freedom Hall, Louisville, on March 3 and continue 
through the tournament. 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for the 
girls' tournament are as follows: side chair seats are 
$40.00; all bleacher seats are $32.00. Only complete 
sets of tickets may be ordered by mail. Checks or 
money orders should be made payable to "State 
Tournament Ticket Sales — Girls." Mail orders will 
be accepted on or after December 14, 1979. Tickets 
for individual sessions may be purchased at the 
tournament site any time during the tournament. 



Board Minutes 

(Continued from Page One) 

Following Mr. Minnehan's report, Supt. Jack 
Moreland of the Dayton Independent Schools 
spoke briefly to the Board concerning his interest in 
classification. The subject of classification was then 
referred to the Basketball Committee for further 
consideration. 

Commissioner Mills submitted a written 
request from West Hardin High School that they be 
permitted to compete for the 1980 football 
championship in District 1, Region II, since they 
have now scheduled all other teams within the 
district. Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Denzil 
Ramsey, that this request be approved. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented a letter received 
from Rev. Earle Lee, Vice-President of the Kentucky 
Association of Christian Schools informing the 
Board of the fact that they are forming an Athletic 
Conference for their member schools. Rev. Lee 
requested that he be informed of the Board's 
position on the effect this would have on their 
membership in the K.H.S. A. A. After discussing the 
contents of the letter, the Commissioner was 
instructed to seek the advice of the K.H.S. A. A. 
Board attorney and the Legal Council for the State 
Board for Elementary and Secondary Education 
prior to responding to Rev. Lee's questions. 

Mr. Mills then presented the Board with a letter 
written by an attorney from Louisville requesting 
that the Board of Control rescind By-Law 6, Section 
1, Transfer Rule, for those students who enter the 
court ordered busing pattern on a voluntary basis 
after having represented a secondary school in a 
first team game. After noting that the Board of 
Control has been very cooperative with the 
Jefferson County Board of Education by waiving 
the Transfer Rule for those students required to 
change schools to meet the requirements of the 
Federal Court order regarding busing of students in 
Jefferson County and the fact that with the 
exception of the exemption for Court ordered 
busing, the Transfer Rule applies equally to all 
athletes and/or member schools throughout the 
state, Robie Harper moved, seconded by Zeb 
Blankenship, that By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer 
Rule, not be waived as requested. The motion 
passed. 

A request that all high schools from the Jeffer- 
son County School System that qualify by 
enrollment of 1,000 students or less be placed in 
Class AAA for the 1981-82 football season, was 
referred to the Football Committee for consider- 
ation. 

The next meeting date for the Board of Control 
was scheduled for January 19, 1980, 9:00 A.M., at 
the Executive Inn-East, Louisville. 

J. D. Minnehan moved, seconded by Fairce 
Woods, that all bills of the Association forthe period 
beginning October 1, 1979, and ending November 
30, 1979, be allowed. The motion carried unani- 
mously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 



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WRESTLING INFORMATION 

The State Wrestling Tournament will be held at 
Atherton High School, Louisville, on February 15-16, 1980. 
Orville Williams and Gene Minton will manage the State 
Tournament. The drawing for the State Wrestling Tourna- 
ment will be held at Atherton High School on February 5, 
1980, at 7:30 p.m. 

The district and regional tournaments will be held on 
February 1-2 and February 8-9 respectively. 

The district, region, name of the manager and the 
schools assigned to each district are listed below. If your 
school plans to enter a team and is not listed in any district, 
will you please contact this office or the district manager 
nearest you. 

West Kentucky Region — Mgr. Coach Jim Perrin, 
Christian County High School, Hopkinsville 

Trigg County District — (Mgr. Coach Dixie Jones, 
Trigg County High School) Caldwell County, Christian 
County, Fort Campbell, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Madisonville, Paducah Tilghman, Trigg County, Union 
County, Webster County. 

Hardin County District — (Mgr. Coach Jim Davis, 
West Hardin High School) East Hardin, Fort Knox, 
Hancock County, North Hardin, Washington County, West 
Hardin. 

West Jefferson and Central Jefferson Region — Mgr 

Coach Larry Mann, Kentucky School for the Blind, Louis- 
ville 

West Jefferson District (Mgr. Coach Maurice Pieper, 
Western High School) Doss, Fairdale, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Shawnee, Stuart, Valley, Western, Thomas 
Jefferson. 

Central Jefferson District (Mgr. Coach Larry Mann, 
Ky. School for the Blind) Atherton, Ky. School f/t Blind, 
Durrett, Male, Moore, St. Xavier, Seneca, Trinity. 

East Jefferson and Nortfiern Kentucky Region — Mgr 

Coach Wayne Badida, Conner High School, Hebron 

East Jefferson District (Coach Charles Anderson, 
Eastern High School) Ballard, duPont Manual, Eastern, 
Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Waggoner, Westport 

Northern Kentucky District (Mgr. Coach Wayne 
Badida, Conner High School) Boone County, Campbell 
County, Conner, Holmes, Newport, Newport Catholic, 
Scott, Simon Kenton 

Frankfort and Lexington Region — Mgr Coach David 
Bunnell, Tates Creek High School, Lexington 

Frankfort District (Mgr. Coach Raymond Webb, 
Frankfort High School) Boyle County, Danville, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Jessamine County, Millersburg Military 
Inst., Oldham County, Woodford County. 

Lexington District (Mgr. Coach Dave Bunnell, Tates 
Creek High School) Belfry, Boyd County, Bryan Station, 
Harrison County, Henry County, Johnson Central, 
Lafayette, Lawrence County, Middlesboro, Oneida Inst., 
Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Tates Creek. 



INFORMATION 
1980 SWIMMING MEETS 

The events for the State Swimming Meet for 1980 will 
be the same as those listed in the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution 
and By-Laws, Swimming Regulations, on pages 61-62. We 
will use the National Federation Rules. There will be no 
classes this year and the schools have been placed in four 
regions. Please note a correction on information sent to 
member schools that sponsor swimming: The order of 
dives is as follows - Preliminaries, any two required dives 
and three optionals; Semi-finals, two required and one 
optional; Finals, one required and two optionals. 



The dates of the State Meet will be February 22-23, 
1980, and the site will be Eastern Kentucky University, 
Richmond, Kentucky. Mr. Daniel A. Lichty will managethe 
meet. The girls and boys meets will be run together this 
year, starting time for warm-ups being 8:00 a.m. February 
22. 

The schools are divided in the following regions: 

Louisville Region — Girls — Assumption, Atherton, 
Ballard, Central, DuPont Manual, Eastern, Fern Creek, Ky. 
Country Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, Louisville Collegiate, 
Shawnee, Sacred Heart, Westport, Boys — Atherton, 
Ballard, Central, DuPont Manual, Eastern, Fern Creek, Ky. 
Country Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, St. Xavier, Shawnee, 
Seneca, Trinity, Westport, Male. 

Western Kentucky Region — Girls — Bowling Green, 
Daviess County, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Henderson 
County, Hopkinsville, Madisonville - N. Hopkins. Boys — 
Apollo, Bowling Green, Daviess County, Elizabethtown, 
Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, Henderson County, Hopkins- 
ville, Madisonville - N. Hopkins. 

Central Kentucky Region — Girls — Bryan Station, 
Danville, Fleming County, Franklin County, Henry Clay, 
Jessamine County, Ky. School f/t Deaf, Lafayette, Lex- 
ington Catholic, Model, Monticello, Oneida Baptist, Paul 
Blazer, Russell, Sayre, Tates Creek, University Breckin- 
ridge, Woodford County. Boys — Bryan Station, Danville, 
Fleming County, Franklin County, Henry Clay, Jessamine 
County, Ky. School f/t Deaf, Lafayette, Lexington 
Catholic, Model, Oneida Baptist, Paul Blazer, Russell, 
Sayre, Tates Creek, University Breckinridge, Woodford 
County. 

Northern Kentucky Region — Girls — Beechwood, 
Campbell County, Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, 
Floyd Memorial, Newport, Notre Dame, Scott, Simon 
Kenton. Villa Madonna. Boys — Beechwood, Campbell 
County, Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, 
Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Scott, Simon 
Kenton. 



INFORMATION 
1980 GYMNASTICS MEETS 



The events for the State Gymnastics Meets for 1980 
will be the same as those listed in the K.H.S.A.A. Con- 
stitution and By-Laws, Gymnastics Regulations, on pages 
56-57. 

The dates of the State Meet will be February 16, 1980, 
and the site will be the Weaver Building, Eastern Kentucky 
University, Richmond, Kentucky. The meet managers will 
be Kathy Case for the girls and Jim Nance for the boys. The 
starting time for warm-ups for both boys and girls will be 
9:00 a.m. 

Please note a correction in the REGIONAL SITE in 
Lexington. HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL is the site and 
the manager is Marilyn Lemaster. 

The girls schools are divided into the following 
regions: Louisville Region -Angela Merici, Brown, Central, 
Henderson County, Kentucky Country Day, Marion 
County, Presentation, Sacred Heart, Thomas Jefferson, 
Moore, Campbellsville, Oldham County. 

Lexington Region - Bryan Station, Franklin County, 
Gallatin County, Hazel Green, Henry Clay, Jackson, Johns 
Creek, Lafayette, Pans, Pendleton County, Phelps, Tates 
Creek, Woodford County, St. Henry, Evarts. 

Boys schools - Brown, Bryan Station, Central, Evarts, 
Franklin County, Gallatin County, Hazel Green, 
Henderson County, Henry Clay, Jackson, Johns Creek, 
Lafayette, Marion County, Moore, Pendleton County, 
Tates Creek, Thomas Jefferson, Trinity, Paris, St. Henry. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1980 



FLEMING COUNTY — CLASS AA, REGION II, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: D. Pollock, K. McKee, B. Young, C. Cannon, M. Roberts, C. Williams, G. Bumgardner, 
M. Jackson, L. Marshall, J. Hall, M. Seneadger, R. Souder, J. Halleran, A. Biddle, A. Black, J. Gray, Second Row: R. 
Owens, M. Ishmael, W. Skaggs, R. Marshall, J. Wallingford, G. Denton, D. Kuntz, F. Weaver, B. Wilson, G. Wagner, C. 
Jackson, S. Gaskins, B. Jamison, G. Tester, T. Hammonds, A. Boling, B. Thompson, Third Row: D. Porter, M. Ishmael, 
B. Hart, R. Wilson, W. Story, C. Fearin, J. Handy, S. Harris, C. Dugan, T. Williams, E. Reeder, T. Riley, M. Hawkins, B. 
Lewis, A. Mitchell, M. Kemp. 



RUSSELL COUNTY — CLASS AA, REGION III, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. R. Grider, L. Hamm, R. FInley, N. Shepherd, D. Coffey, Second Row: D. Gleisner, R. 
Veach, G. Cox, G. Popplewell, M. Bernard, T. Salyer, K. Jimerson, D. Carpenter, A. Hammond, R. Woods, D. Richardson, 
P. Ellis, Third Row: D. Coffey, J. Abernathy, B. Robertson, M. Lloyd, D. Wilson, S. Coe, R. Lawless, T. Foster, K. Harris, L. 
Cox, R. Pottey, P. Sharp, Fourth Row: D. Woods, P. Combest, A. Hammond, J. Williams, J. Guttey, G. Flanagan, J. 
Conner, T. Kerr, T. Tarter, Fifth Row: C. Maus, K. Bailey, B. Bowmer, F. Miller, D. Flatt, M. Wheat. 



PIKEVILLE — CLASS AA, REGION IV, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: A. Justice, T. Carter, B. Adkins, V. Huffman, T. McCoy, T. Whitaker, J. Cauley, T. Justice, D. 
Carlton, M. Fryman, F. Dawahare, D. Honaker, W. Dawahare, T. Ray, Mgr., Second Row: T. Justice, K. Honaker, J. 
Justice, D. Kent, K. Thacker, S. Newsome, B. Shurtleff, M. Littrell, M. Tackett, R. Caudill, P. Blackburn, R. Venters, T. 
Habern, W. Lee, J. Hays, Third Row: R. Lee, J. Smith, C. Habern, W. Rutherford, J. McDonald, D. Thomas, J. Castle, J. 
Venters, A. Joyce, K. Brewer, P. Keene, E. Justice, G. Taylor, A. Justice, R. Richards, Fourth Row: B. Allara, J. Mahan, H. 
Howard, Head Coach. 



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Page Five 



Clinic Attendance 

According to our records the following basketball 
officials have not attended the mandatory KHSAA officials' 
clinic as required in Bylaw 28, Sec 3, and will not be per- 
mitted to officiate until they have attended a makeup clinic: 



Abner. James E. 
Adams, Benny 
Adams, Wesley 
Adkins, Jerry W. 
Allen, James F. 
Allen, Rob E. 
Allmond, Billy R. 
Aired, Robert Damon 
Ash, Mikie Lerome 
Asher, Timothy A. 
Ashlock, Robert L. 
Autin, Robert E. 
Avard, Ralph Edward 
Azevedo, Vernon 
Bailes, Roger D. 
Baird, Deborah A. 
Baker, Donald W. 
Ballard, Ellis W. 
Barker, Jerry W. 
Barker, Kenny 
Barrett, Fred Jr. 
Barrett, William 
Bates, James R. 
Bates, Noel Douglas 
Baxter, Jack D. 
Beach, Darrell W. 
Bebout, Danny K. 
Beil, William G. 
Belcher, William Otis 
Bergstrom, Edwin V. Jr. 
Bersaglia, Ron 
Biliter, Kenneth N. 
BIythe, John Wesley 
Bolt, Donald Dee 
Borders, Gary A. 
Bradley, Darrell 
Bradley, Glen E. 
Brady, Ron 
Branham, Donald R. 
Biant, Bernard 
Breeden, Wayne T. 
Brewster, James W. 
Brindley, Jerry F. 
Brody, Theresa 
Brooks, Stephen L. 
Brown, Stanley 
Brueggemann, Timothy J. 
Bryant, Alan Dale 
Buckman, William L. 
Buky, Gregory D. 
Bunch, William Terrell Jr. 
Burton, Van M. 
Butcher, Stephen D, 
Cambron, John Lane 
Campbell, Charles 
Campbell, Eddie N. 
Carnes, D. Dwight 
Carper, John D. 
Carver, Harold Wayne 
Caudle, Gary H. 
Ceaser, James A. 
Cecil, Jimmie R. 
Chinn, Robert J. 
Claycomb, Eddie H. 
demons, Robert L. 
Cochran, Ray D. 
Combs, Ira D. 
Comer, Mark T. 
Conley, John David 



Conley, Joseph D. 
Coppage, Hugh 
Cornett, Lewis Dean 
Cowan, Ronnie C. 
Craig, David V. 
Crawford, Bob 
Crawford, Jerry D. 
Crick, James E. 
Crick, Marvin S. 
Crittenden, David 
Croley, Jerry Wayne 
Cromer, Daniel B. 
Cross, Jeffrey A. 
Crump, Bruce 
Cundiff, Curt 
Cunningham, John Alan 
Curnutte, Mike D. 
Curtis, Ella Mae 
Dallas, Stephen Kent 
Daniels, Leon 
Daniels, Robert 
Daniels, Steve A. 
Daugherty, Roger 
Davis, Larry E. 
Davis, Wayne L. 
Davis, William R. 
Day, Christopher 
Day, Douglas B. 
Day, James A. 
Day, Lawrence W. 
Day, Ronnie 
Day, Ronnie W. 
Day, Wayne V. 
Delaney,^Brad N. 
Dierig, Thomas H. 
Dill, J. Roger 
Doan, Dennis M. 
Dooley, Terry L. 
Dotson, Scott J. 
Drake, John E. 
Drake, Richard R. 
Draper, Steven R. 
Edwards, W. Glenn 
Ellis, Kenneth G. 
Engle, Tim 
Epiing, Terry Lee 
Fannin, Robert W. 
Faulk, Terry W. 
Fields, Alesia Anne 
Ford, Carl Dennis 
Ford, Charlie D. 
Ford, Terry G. 
Francis, Conrad L. 
Francis, William R. 
Franklin, Sandraetta 
Frantz, Jerry D. 
Frazer, Tom Roe 
Frisinger, Bruce 
Fuell, William Patrick 
Fulmer, Kenneth D. 
Gabbard, Keith 
Gardner, Jerry 
Gatlin, Alan D. 
George, Dennis Michael 
Gibson, Gerald Lee 
Gibson, Marcus 
Gish, Pete 
Goble, John P. 
Goble, Kelly M. 



Gooch, Gary W. 
Gosney, Donna J. 
Gossett, Roger B. 
Gray, Homer Jr. 
Greene, Steve 
Gribbins, Jerry G. 
Groce, Ralph 
Haas, Tom V. 
Habeck, Robert Lynn 
Hacker, Samuel G. 
Hafley, Joseph E. 
Haggard, Delano R. 
Hainline, Charles C. 
Halbert, Kathy 
Hall, Bruce E. 
Hall, Danny Joe 
Hall, Jeff 

Hall, Wendell Keith 
Hamilton, Thomas F. 
Hankins, Stan 
Hardy, Leiia R. Jr. 
Harlow, Douglas D. 
Harmon, Randall T. 
Harned, Delano 
Harp, David A. 
Hauber, Cheri Leigh 
Hause, William G. 
Hawkins, Emile C. 
Hawkins, Maurice Paul 
Haynes, Stephen 
Haynes, William T. 
Henderson, Michael Ray 
Herron, Charles E. 
Higgins, David 
Higgins, Steve L. 
Hixon, Carl E. 
Holt, Ronald J. 
Holtzclaw, James R. 
Houchens, Tom M. 
Huang. Nathan C. 
Huber, Jerry 
Huddleston, Edgar Ray 
Hundley, Phinis V. 
Hunt, G. Dale 
Hyatt, Robert L. Jr. 
Jarvis, Billy Ray 
Jenkins, Herbert 
Jennings, Donnie 
Johnson, Ernie 
Jones, Ken L. 
Jones, W. P. 
Kearns, Kevin Wayne 
Kelly, Jack Jr. 
Kendall, David 
Kendall, Harold Lee 
Key, Pamela Jo 
King, Rick 

Kirkland, John Drew 
Kolpek, David Roger 
Lacer, Albert Ray 
Larkin, John Arnold 
Leagans, George 
Ledford, Thomas B. 
Leiand, Lonnie L. 
Lewis, James Darrell 
Lewis, Stephen G. 
Linder, Ricky Paul 
Linkous, Terry Denise 
Littlepage, Pryce B. 
Lonaker, Roger 
Long, Scottie J. 
Lowe, Stephen F. 
Luckett, Ted C. 
Luckett, Tom 
Luttrell, Daisy Mae 
McConahay, Rex W. 



McGinnis, Linda 
McGown, Phil 
McGrath, Kavin Dale 
McKay, J. Guthrie 
McKenty, Lawrence 
McKenzie, Forrest 
McKinney, Alan Mark 
McPeek, Roger C. 
Madden, Tim L. 
Madden, William Edward 
Mangus, Robert J. 
Marcum, H. Allen 
Marlow, Charles 
Martin, Steve 
Mathews, Arthur E. 
Mattingly, John R. 
May, Bobby Neal 
May, Paul Lester 
Maynard, James H. 
Melton, Paul Douglas 
Mendenhall, Paul L. 
Meredith, W. Craig 
Messer, Roy Jr. 
Milam, James B. 
Miller, George L. 
Miller, John T. Jr. 
Mingus, Donald L. 
Moak, Steve 
Moore, Ellis Ronnie 
Moore, Phillip H. 
Moore, Ronald Allen 
Moorman, Tom 
Morgan, Craig D. 
Mueller, David L. 
Mullins, Harold D. 
Mullins, Rafford G. 
Murdoch, Lincoln P. 
Murphy, Brian K. 
Murphy, Dianna 
Murphy, Gregory G. 
Murphy, Tom 
Myers, Chris E. 
Nance, David 
Newsome, Bill 
Newsome, Gerald D. 
Newsome, Verl 
Newton, Danny L. 
Nighbert, Charles W. 
Niles, Lew 
Nix, Roger L. 
Cakes, James 
Cakes, Tammy 
O'Cull, John Darrell 
Oestreicher, Edward G. 
Oliver, Dennis Bruce 
Orsborne, Billy D. 
Oser, Lawrence E. 
Owens, Greg 
Page, James N. 
Parham, John R. 
Parkey, Cecil Edward 
Parrott, Sharon Kenoa 
Parsley, Donald G. 
Pelphrey, Jack 
Pendleton, Lonnie 
Percell, Danny 
Perkins, Gary L. 
Peterson, Bill S. 
Peyton, William Cornell 
Pharis, Kevin W. 
Phelps, Jimmy 
Phelps, Johnny 
Piercefield, Dan 
Platek, Stanley Frank 
Powell, Robert M. 
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Prichard, Glenn W. 
Purwin, John C. 
Quast, John H. 
Racke, Jerry W. 
Ragsdale, Randy R. 
Rail, Edward W. 
Ralston, Jerry Wallace 
Ransdell, Douglas Ray 
Ray, Mark S. 
Reagan, Jerry L. 
Reif, Harry 
Reinle, Ronnie 
Rhodes, Warren 
Rice, Tim 
Richardson, Bob 
Riffe, Gary Lee 
Rigsby, Billy E. 
Riley. Jeffrey L. 
Riley, Tim Ray 
Roaden, Lonnie 
Robinson, Larry Gene 
Ryan, Clifford W. 
Salyer, Henry E. 
Salyer, Thomas 
Sargent, Terry C, 
Sargent, William L. Jr. 
Schmitt, Alvin J. 
Scott, William Earl 
Shaffer, Robert L. 
Sharkey, Michael E. 
Simpson, Alan 
Simpson, Deanna Lee 
Simpson, Randy 
Sirls. M. Brenda 
Sivills, Calvert W. 
Sketch. Gregory V. 
Slone. Carson 
Smallwood. David 
Smiley, James H. 
Smith, Arthur L, 
Smith, Donald R. 
Smith, Judy L. 
Smith, C. R. 
Smith, Timmy 
Smith, Virginia Lee 
Spalding, William Mark 
Spratling, Obie L. 
Springate, Bobby K. 
Spurlock. Ellis G. 
Stacy. David M. 
Stacy. Doyle M. Jr. 
Stalcup. Joseph R. 
Stanley. Larry Richard 
Stanton, Ronald R. 
Stephens, B. J. 
Stephens, Charles M. 
Stephenson, Joe H. 
Stinson, Charles L. 
Stone, Kenneth W. 
Strovi^d, Anthony P. 
Stuber, Charles E. 
Stull, Randy 



Sturgill, Larry B. 
Sullivan, Dan Patrick 
Sullivan, Heron G. 
Sullivan, Richard W. 
Swafford, Billy D. 
Switzer, Richard J, Jr. 
Tackett, Gene 
Tackett. Timmy 
Tandy, Samuel W. 
Tarry, W. R. 
Taylor, Edward C. 
Tennill, Rebecca Lynn 
Terry, James M. 
Thompson, David R. 
Thornsberry, Ricky 
Thrasher, Barry L. 
Tierney, Joseph R. 
Tilford, Barry F. 
Trumbo, Travis James 
Tucker, Joseph P. 
Turner, Joseph L. 
Turner, Paul Eric 
Tyra, Conley 
Tyre, Donald C. 
Vance, Tammy Sue 
Vanover, Larry W. 
Vanover, Tommy 
Vanover, Wiley G. 
Varney, Gregory N. 
Veach, Gary W. 
Waggoner, Gary J. 
Walker, Joe D. 
Wallace, Kevin M. 
Wallenfelsz, David E. 
Wallin, Charles 
Walls. George E. 
Walton, Roy 
Ward, Robert L. 
Washington, Darryl 
Watkins, Jesse Taylor 
Watson, Dave 
Watson, Neil Stanton 
Welscher, Michael G. Sr. 
West. Mark E. 
Wheatley. William L. 
Whited. Roger S. 
Whitmer. Phillip 
Whitson, Gregory 
Wilferd, Shirley C. 
Willett, Joseph L. 
Williams. Laffoon C. 
Williams. Richard D. 
Williamson, Kenneth R. 
Willis, Adam Martin 
Willis, Douglas Lee 
Wilson, Kenneth H, 
Wixson, Robert M. 
Wortham, Steve 
Wyatt, Tony David 
Yancey, Henry L. 
Yancy, Louis L. 
Zumbiel, John R. 



According to our records the following basketball 
coaches have not attended the mandatory clinic as re- 
quired in ByLaw 28, Sec. 3: 

Estil Graffis - Ahrens 

William Newsome Jr. - Betsy Layne 

Pat Wooten - Buckhorn 

Mike Durham - Butler 

Billy Hicks - Evarts 

S. Knight - Greenville 

Lyon Riedesel - Immanuel 

Calvin Vaughn - Lynn Camp 



Albert Combs - M.C. Napier 

Alan Vance - Ninth & O 

Gary Russo - Owensboro Catholic 

Kevin O'Toole - Scott 

Roger Smith - Shopville 

Glen Collie - Valley 

Danny Johnson - Wheelwright 

John Ruby - Williamstown 

1979-80 Basketball 
Approved and Certified Officials 

A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials 
qualified for the advanced rating of Approved and 
Certified as a result of the National Federation Basket- 
ball examination which was given in Kentucky on 
December 4, 1979. Only officials receiving these higher 
ratings are eligible to work in the district and regional 
tournaments. Only Certified officials areeligibleto work in 
the State Tournament. 

Basketball officials who qualified for advanced ratings 
and have attended the K.H.S.A.A. Clinic for the current 
season are: 



CERTIFIED 



Acton, Claude J. 
Adams, Beverly M. 
Adkins, Robert Carl Jr. 
Allen, Doug 
Allen. Jeffery L. 
Allen. Thomas E. 
Allen. Yvon 
Anders. Raleigh A. 
Anderson. Ralph 
Appling. James 
Arflin, Tracy T. 
Ashurst. Michael Lee 
Bair. David J. 
Baker, Janice F. 
Baker, William A. 
Baldwin, Dennis E. 
Ball, Charles Philip 
Banks, Paul Buddy Jr. 
Barker, Kenny 
Barnes, Barry L. 
Barnes, Conard Gene 
Bartley, Joseph R. 
Basler, Mel L. 
Bell, Clarence T. 
Bell, Gregory 
Bell, Henry B. 
Bell, Ronald Keith 
Bernardini, Bruno 
Bertrand, Earl F. 
Bertsch, Ronald L. 
Beshears, James T. 
Bevins, Wally I. 
Billips, Douglas A. 
Bishop. Paul D. 
Biter, Charles D. Sr. 
Bogar, Joseph Darryl 
Bohannon, Alan Kent 
Boucher, Larry G. Jr. 
Bowling, Donald E. 
Bramble, James L. 
Branstetter, Charles E. 
Brashear, Loy Ray 
Brewer, Jerry 
Brewer. Lloyd 
Bridges, Ralph L. 
Brock. Jack W. 
Brock. John D. 
Brockman. Gerald K. 
Brody, Theresa 



Brothers. Dottle 
Brown, Barry D. 
Brown, John W. 
Brown, Michael Ray 
Brown, Wendell 
Browning, Wayne 
Bruner, Jack C. 
Bryant. Jimmy W. 
Bugg. James M. 
Bullock, James D. 
Bullock, Larry E. 
B^jrch, Bill W. 
Burkeen, Phillip C. 
Bush, Karmen B. 
Butcher, Douglas 
Butcher, Stephen D. 
Butner, Billy M. 
Byars, Don W. 
Call, Barbara J. 
Camacho, Marcus A. 
Campbell, Dexter Lane 
Carnes, D. Dwight 
Carpenter, Jasper 
Carr, Larry 
Carter, J. Michael 
Cash, Charles C. 
Gates. Bill 
Catron, Ken 
Cecil. J. Ronald 
Centers, Mike 
Clark, James Ken 
Cobb, Mike B. 
Coffman, W. Steve Jr. 
Collier. Burnard 
Collins. Hubert 
Collins. Ron K. 
Combs, Henry B. 
Compton, Adolphus H. 
Conley, Joseph D. 
Copley, Sidney M. 
Cornelison, Michael R. 
Cotton. Carl W. 
Cox. James M. 
Cox. Kenneth E. Jr. 
Cox. Rufus A. 
Crager. Bobby F. 
Crick. Dwaine 
Crisp. Jackie Day 
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Crouse, James W. 
Crume. Jane B. 
Crutcher, Marion 
Crutcher, Paul M. 
Cundiff. Curt 
Cunningham, Robert L. 
Cupp, Jackie R. 
Curry, Randall L. 
Damron, Adam G. 
Daniel, Roger T. 
Daniels, Robert A. 
Dant. Joseph B. 
Davis, Bobby W. 
Davis, Jay W. 
Davis, John C, 
Davis, Thomas A. 
Day, Jack L. 
Day, Richard W. 
Decker, Jim 
Denham, Alan R. 
Dennedy, T. Robert 
Denton, Calvin R. 
DeVary, Bill 
Dill, J. Roger 
Divine, Wayne L. 
Dixon. Billy M. 
Dixon, Ron R. 
Dobson, Jon Barry 
Doll, Allen 
Dovi^ns, Joseph W. 
Drake, Richard R. 
DrisKell, Earl V. Jr. 
Duft, Birchell 
Durbin, Hade Jr. 
Durbin, Roy 
Duvall. Thomas Jay Sr, 
Dyke, O. Dean 
Eads, Ronald L. 
East, William 
Eaves, James K. 
Ebel, Jack 

Edmondson, Johnny B, 
Edvi/ards, Wayne D. 
Elliott, Michael C. 
Emmons. Guy W. 
Estes, Walter R. 
Eitenne. Donald H. 
Evans. Lewis 
Everly, Phyllis 
Farley, Jimmy 
Featherstone, Jerry 
Feger, George 
Feltner, Danny Ray 
Fields, Rufus Jr. 
Fmley, James Howard 
Flesch, Jerome P. 
Florence, Joseph 
Flynn, Bobby 
Fox, Joanna 
Francis, James F. 
Frazier, Mac 
Freppon, Thomas E. 
Fritz, John C. 
Gabbard, John P. 
Gabbard, Raymond Jr. 
Gaddie, Gary 
Gardner, Gary M. 
Gatterdam, Ed L. 
Gentry, Dale J 
Geurin, Joe D. Jr. 
Gibbons, Michael L. 
Gibson, Russell K. 
Gilbert, Gerald L. 
Goldey, William H. 
Gordon, Roy T. 
Gorrell, E. Howard 



Grant, Neilson E. 
Greathouse, Frank C. 
Green, Donald 
Gregg, Lonnie A. 
Griffin. Charles D. 
Griffith, Michael R. 
Gupton, Lawrence 
Haas, Tom V. 
Hackett, Wilbur L. Sr. 
Hall, Donald W. 
Hall. Richard G. 
Hall, Tommy L. 
Hall, William W. 
Hamm, Gerald Allen 
Hammons, George F. 
Hammons, Norman 
Hammons, Wendell 
Hampton, Doug 
Hardin, Don G. 
Hargis, Noel 
Harp, David A. 
Harper, James A. 
Harper, Robie Jr. 
Hart, Peggy J. 
Hatfield. Robert M. 
Hawkins. Donald H. 
Hawkins, Stewart D. 
Hayes. James V. 
Head. Jack B. Jr. 
Henderson. Roger A. 
Henson, Don R. 
Hickey, Thomas R. 
Hicks. Shirley Gene 
Higdon, J. Samuel 
Hill. James P. 
Hilton, Billy 
Hiten, Mark S. 
Hobbs, C. V. Jr. 
Hodges, William 
Holt, Larry K. 
Holt, ftobert E. 
Holt, Ronald J. 
Holt, Terrell W. 
Hopson, James E. 
Home. Jordan E. Jr. 
Houk. Jackie L. 
Hourigan, James F. Jr. 
Howard, Dwight W. 
Howard, James D, 
Hubbard, Millard Oscar 
Hughes, Brenda L. 
Hughes. Rufus L, 
Hummel, Thomas J. 
Hunt. William G. 
Hutchinson, Jack 
Idol, Billy Joe Sr. 
Isham, Buford 
Jackson, Dennis 
Jackson, Ed 
Jackson Robert H. 
Jansen, Jean Ann 
Jeffers, Stephen E. 
Jenkins. Burney R. 
Jent, Richard L. 
Johns, James E. 
Johnson, Gayle W. 
Johnson, James M. 
Johnson, Jerry Lee 
Johnson, Michael 
Johnson, W. Lynn 
Johnson, Walter 
Jones, Alexander Jr. 
Jones, Denver 
Jones, Frank 
Kazunas, Gerald L. 
Keatley, James H. 



Keeling, Reuben 
Kemper, Nancy B. 
Kirk, Charles Floyd 
Kirk, Walter C. 
Kluepfel. Joseph C. 
Klump, William Roger 
Knauer, Glen M. 
Kouns. Robert H. 
Lamar. Huston O. 
Lamastus. Randall 
Lambert. Irvin G. 
Lashley, Daniel R, 
Latham. Billy D. 
Lawson. Rondell 
Layne. Bert 
Lee, Charles J. 
Lee. David 
Lehkamp. Ken 
Liedtke. Joseph S. 
Liggett. Ernest J. 
Littlepage, Pryce B. 
Loeser. Alan J. 
Long, James E. 
Long, James Stephen 
Long, Robert F. 
Long. William H, 
Lusby. George 
McAnally, Tom E. 
McCarley, John W. 
McCarthy, Steven M. 
McClure. Jerry T. 
McCowan. Connell 
McDowell, Benny D. 
McGinty. L. V. Jr. 
McKenzie. Dwight E. 
McKenzie, Jim 
McMillin. Larry 
McPeek. Roger C. 
McPherson, Lanny P. 
McPike, Ray S. Jr. 
Maddox. Robert V. 
Maines. George E. 
Marquart. Jerome M. 
Martin. Terry Joe 
Maxey. Michael 
Meadors, William J. 
Meredith, Vernal Eric 
Meredith, Wilmoth J. 
Middleton, John W. 
Miller. Harold P. 
Mitchell. Curtis. N. 
Monks. Ronald E. 
Montgomery. Chester 
Moore, Franklin 
Moore, James H. 
Moore. Marvin 
Moore, Robert Jr. 
Morgan, Charles B. Jr. 
Morgan, Richard 
Morris, Bobby 
Morris, Edward C. 
Morris, John C. 
Morrison, Daniel G. 
Morse, Richard K. 
Moser. Rudy C. 
Mullins, William B. 
Murdach. Leslie 
Murphy. Michael P. 
Murrell, Allen L. 
Murt, Gene T. 
Myers, Ronald J. 
Noll, John T. 
Ogden, Paul J. Jr. 
Overstreet, Walter R. 
Owens, Bruce E. 
Owens, Jerry W. 



Owens, Pete B. Jr. 

Owens, Ronnie Lee 

Page, James N. 

Palko. Edward T. 

Pearl, George W. Jr. 

Peeno, Harry R. 

Pelphrey, Joe D. 

Pelphrey, Paul L. 

Percell, Danny 

Phillips. Harold D. 

Phillips, Thomas M. 

Pietrowski, Paul 

Plummer, William B. 

Poe, Thomas E. 

Polly, Rex 

Powell, Billy Roger 

Proffitt, Carlie M, 

Purcell, Kenneth 

Racke. Jerry W. 

Radjunas, Ed 

Radjunas, John B. 

Ramey. Gary 

Randolph, Woody 

Raybourne, Pat L 

Raymer, Don L. 

Read, Ray V. 

Reader, Robert N. 

Redle. Joel E. 

Reffitt. Tommy E. 

Revis. David G. 

Rhodes. Cecil 

Rhodus. Harry D. 

Rice, Willard S. 

Rich, Dennis W. 

Ringstaff. Roy G, 

Roesel, Joseph F. 

Rogers. Eldridge 

Rogers. Ralph D. 

Rouse, Thomas L. 

Runyon, Tommy D. 

Russell, William Clement 

Salyer, Henry E. 

Sammons. C. J. 

Sanders, John David 

Saylors. Carlee 

Schneider, Donald 

Schutte, Bruce M. 

Scott, Jerry 

Sears, Wilson 

Seavers. Joe 

Seivy, Curt 

Shake. Kenneth L. 

Shaw. Earl 

Shields, Donald C. 

Shuck, Thomas Grant 

Sigler, Susie 

Simpson, F, DeLane 

Sims, Frank D. 

Skaggs, Bobby L. 

Skaggs. Robert L. "Bill" 

Smallwood, Talmadge 

Smith, Benny L. 

Smith, Gary (nmi) (Pineville) 

Smith, Ronald A. 

Smith, Ronald K. 

Smith. Roy M. 

Smith. William E. 

Spahr. David L. 

Spalding. Randall J. 

Sparrow, John A. 

Spencer, Irvin E. 

Spoonamore, Jim 

Spratling. Obie L. 

Stark. Allan D. 

Stark. Douglas O. 

Stephenson, Harry S. 

Stethen, James E. 



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Stevenson, Michael G. 
Stikeleather, Clyde L. 
Stoker, Steven B. 
Stokes, Cubb R. 
Stokes, Tommy G. 
Stone, Kenneth W. 
Stone, Myra E. 
Stone, Sidney P. 
Stovall, Catherine 
Strain, Richard P. 
Straus, William W. 
Strong, Charles E. Jr. 
Studle, Ronald O. 
Stuedle, Raymond Jr. 
Sullivan, Dan L. 
Sumner, Harold Carl 
Switzer, Richard J. Jr. 
Swope, Tom 
Szyper, Richard T. 
Taylor, Bill 
Taylor, Dale 
Taylor, Donald D. Sr. 
Thomas, Billy G. 
Thompson, Beth B. 
Thompson, Gary 
Thompson, Joe 
Thompson Ronald 
Thompson, Thomas A. 
Thompson, Tom D. 
Thomson, Cecil W. 
Thornberry, Gary Edv\/ard 
Thornsberry, Larry Randall 
Tindall, Clifford 
Tinsley, Marion F. 
Turner, Keenan V. 
Turpin, Donald W. 
Turpin, Ronald D. 
Tuttle, John W. 
Upchurch, David T. 
Uriage, Richard 
Vance, Hunter 
Vanover, J.W, 



Vanover, Wiley G. 
Vaughn, Ronald 8. 
Vinson, Ray T. 
Vories, Dick 
Vories, Gary 
Vories, Kent 
Votavi', Tony R. 
Wade, Kent 
Wade, Sharon Ann 
Wages, Robert P. 
Wallace, John 
Wallen, Wendell L. 
Ward, Robert L. 
Watson, Neil Stanton 
Weber, Thomas C 
Webster, Norman E. 
Weihe, Robert J, 
Weyer, James G. 
Wheeler, Lou S. 
Whitaker, Charles W. 
White, William L. 
Whitt, Mike 
Wilferd, Shirley C. 
Williams, Becky 
Williams, Bobby G. 
Williams, Buford W. Jr. 
Williams, Donald L. 
Williams, Gary L. 
Wiliams, Gregory M. 
Williams, James A. 
Williams, Roger 
Wilson, Kenneth H. 
Wilson, Paul A. 
Wilson, Plomer C. Jr. 
Winfrey, William Shelby 
Wise, Gaila A. 
Wolfe, Dennis R. 
Wood, Gary Lee 
Woosley. Darrell 
Woosley, Donald R. 
Wooton, George B. 
Yeager, Sharon K. 



APPROVED 



Akins, Clyde B. 
Alexander, Donald E. 
Alexander, Ron J. 
Allen, Phillip 
Anderson, Danny D. 
Anderson, Michael L. 
Backert, John A. 
Bam, Stanley T. 
Baker, Peggy E. 
Barnard, Phillip E. 
Barnes, Roger L. 
Barton. Ronald G. 
Baumann, Michael G. 
Beck, Robert E. 
Beckner, Gene 
Bibelhauser, Nancy L. 
Blanford, Margaret Jean 
Blodgett, Marianne 
Boisture, Roy W. 
Bond, Terry Lee 
Bovinet, Gerald R. 
Boykin, Arthur L. 
Branham, George 
Brewer, Charles A. 
Brow/n, Judy C. 
Brown, Rickie Fay 
Brown, Ronnie E. 
Brown, Stevan J. 
Browning, John T. 
Buerger, Timothy W. 
Buis, Michael A. 



Burchett, Wendell 
Burton, Billy J. 
Carey, James R. Jr. 
Carlton, Robert W. 
Casey, Ancie Lee 
Cash, Harold Lee 
Chaffin, John B. 
Chappie, Charles A. 
Christopher, Randall 
Coffman, John T. 
Coleman, C. Ronald 
Cook, Chandlar D. 
Cook, Edwin S. Ill 
Cooper, Mary Linda 
Crittenden, Fred M. 
Crout, Thomas A. 
Crump, Edward G. 
Davis, Harold T. 
Dixon, Oscar 
Eades, William Mark 
Eha, Charles Steven 
Evans, Alvin 
Everly, Randy 
Feltner, Paul 
Fletcher, John 
Gillespie, Vicky L. 
Goble, Kelly M. 
Bodbey, Tom 
Golden, Leonard T. 
Gray, Gary D. 
Grey, Don L. 



Griffin, Dennis L. 
Gupton, George 
Guthrie, Gilliam 
Hammock, Don L. 
Hargrove, David L. 
Harper, Jewell 
Hatfield, Daniel E. 
Hayes, David 
Heckel, Charles A. 
Heckel, Richard D. 
Hedges, Dennis A. 
Hegarty, Thomas O. 
Hendren, James W. 
Henry, Dennis W. 
Hickey, Thomas Lee 
Hicks, Michael L. 
Hiipp, Louis E. 
Holt, Timothy E. 
Hourigan, Timothy A. 
Howard, Jackie Lynn 
Hummel, Joseph G. Jr. 
Jackson, Stephen A. 
Jennings, Jeff 
Johnson, Kenneth Ray 
Jones, Robert E. 
Kellam, Steven Louis 
Kersey, William Andy 
Kessinger, Michael W. 
Kistner, Gary L. 
Klausing, Donald J. 
Koper. James K, 
Kristof, David 
Larimore, Steve 
Lasky, Barbara A. 
Leigh, Steve E. 
Lewis, Joseph Catron 
McEuen, Robert A. 
McGavic, Ronald L. 
McGowan, James E. 
McGrath, Robert C. 
Mcintosh, Carl W. 
McNulty, Robert P. 
Maddox, Arthur L. 
Madison, James H. 
Marquette, Ralph L Jr. 
Maxey, Richard E. 
May, William 
Menser, Scott 
Meyer, David W. 
Mills, John Cowles Jr. 
Moore, Dean 
Morris, Larry E. 
Morrison, Donnie R. 
Mosley, David 
Nash, Richard C. 
Nelligan, Michael L. 
Newman, Bill 
Newsome, Cecil Jr. 



Newton, Dennis W. 
Olinger, Anthony G. 
Osborne, Ronnie 
Owens, Danny Louis 
Owsley, Robert 
Paitsel, James D. Jr. 
Parker, Steve R. 
Parks, Tom III 
Peak. Barbara A. 
Perry, Charles E. 
Phillips, Carol S. 
Phillips, Gene 
Pickett, Kenneth H. 
Pierce, Francis D. Jr. 
Ponchot, Joseph C. 
Pruitt, Gregory D. 
Ritchie. William H. 
Ruark, Mark J. 
Schomaker, Charles T. 
Shartzer, Stephen Kent 
Shaw. Don L. 
Shepherd, Larry Nolan 
Simms, William Eric 
Simpson, James H. 
Smart, John S. 
Smith, Bruce E. 
Sowder, Bill D. 
Stethen, Mike 
Stevens, William Terry 
Stober, Martha J. 
Story, John B. 
Thomas, Ben E. 
Thomas, Durward C. 
Thomas, John O. Jr. 
Thomas, Leonard A, 
Thompson, David L. 
Thompson, Gerald D. 
Thornbury, Cecil Brice 
Ticknor. W. G. 
Tolliver, Jerry L, 
Tucker, Phillip A. 
Turner, Michael E. 
Tuttle, Walter E. Ill 
VanHooser, Phillip 
Vaught, Marvin W. 
Vincent, Jack 
Wade, Charles O. 
Wagoner, James A. 
Westerman. Carol 
White, Curtis E. 
Witt, Robert E. 
Wooten, Danny R. 
Yancey, Delbert L. 
Yeoman, George T. 
York, Marva 
Young, Tony W. 
Zachem, John 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(If one telephone number is given foran official, it is the home 
phone number unless otherwise designated. If two numbers are 
given, the first number is the home phone). 
Abner, James E., Buckhorn Children Center, Buckhorn, 41721. 

398-7245 
Adams, Beverly M., IIOTahoma Rd., Lexington, 40503, 278-0891, 

253-3680 
Adams, Ray Jr., Rt. 3, Box 106, Manchester, 40962, 598-3262 
Adams. Wesley, Hendricks, 41441, 349-2242 
Adkins, Robert Carl Jr., 2400 Millbrook, Lexington, 40503, 278- 

5153, 269-9345 
Akins, Gary Wade. Box 80 Julip Rt.. Williamsburg. 40769, 549-5921 
Alcorn, Mark A., Route 4. Taylorsville, 40071, 538-4356, 543-2238 
Alexander, Donald E.. R.R. #2. Milton. 40045. 268-3444. 346-6100 
Alexander, Wendell, 68 Deer Field Lane. Somerset, 42501, 679- 

2083, 678-4646 



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Allen. Doug. Box 405. Jackson, 41339, 666-7483. 666-2357 

Allen, James F.. Box 511, Loyall, 573-1595, 573-1175 

Allen, Phillip, 2844 Bexley Ct . Louisville, 40206, 897-9207. 589- 

5229 
Allen. Rob E,. 23 Douglas Dr , Newport, 41071, 781-2222 
Allmond. Billy R , St Rt 4, Box 34-A. Bucktiorn, 41721. 398-7233 
Aired. Robert Damon, P O Box 68. Loyall, 40854, 573-4938. 573- 

1175 
Angelucci, Armand, 304 Culpepper Rd,. Lexington. 40502, 266- 

6316 
Arnett. Donnie, Route 30, Foraker. 41429. 349-5521 
Arnold, James R,. 2322 Willow Lane. Apt 87, Crescent Springs, 

41017, 341-8437, 561-4225 
Ashcraft, DarylW., R.R. 5. Box 22. Maysville, 41056. 759-7345. 883- 

3166 
Asher. Ralph. Box 232. Olive Hill. 41164, 286-2081 
Asher, Timothy A., Box 232, Olive Hill, 41164. 286-2081.783-4408 
Atzinger, Phyllis M,, 5533 And Ln . Louisville. 40258. 449-1258 
Austin, Robert E., Rt. 1. Box 255, Ashland. 41101 
Back, Philip D , 505 Lynch St . Dawson Springs, 42408. 797-8462, 

797-2991 
Bailey, Harrison, Rt 3, Box 168, Ermine, 41815, 663-0626, 633-2989 
Baker. Donald W . Route 1. Box f?, Barbourville. 40906, 546-5493 
Baldwin, Carl R , 1044ShawneeDr. Williamsburg, 40769, 549-5080 
Ballard. Ellis W . NCOA Class 80-2 Building 1478. Fort Knox, 401 21. 

624-1512 
Barbee. Jeff W , Lt, 34 Modern Manor. Glasgow, 42141, 651-5965, 

678-0316 
Barker, Jerry W , 436 Belle Chase, Nicholasville, 40356, 885-6362, 

269-3681 
Barker, Walter D., Box 1411, Friendship, 45630, 858-5421 
Barnes, Roger. Box 115. Rockport. 42369. 274-3028. 274-3937 
Barrett. Fred Jr , 307 Concord Ct., Georgetown. 40324, 863-0550. 

252-5555 
Baxter, Jack D , 456 Severn Way. Lexington. 40503. 278-5758. 278- 

0538 
Beach, Darrell W , 1521 Magnolia Ave, Bowling Green. 42101. 781- 

2075, 782-1681 X-230 
Beasley, Steven D , Box 409 SBTS, Louisville. 40206, 895-3734 
Bebout, Danny K,, Box 73. Crayne, 42033, 965-2323, 965-3193 
Behymer, Richard R , R R. #2, Brooksville, 41004, 735-3166, 948- 

9111 X-2305 
Beighle, Chuck L, Route 2. Williamstown. 41097. 824-6433 
Beil. William G . 304 Center St.. Florence. 41042. 371-1869. 371- 

8656 
Bell. Henry B,, 960 Waverly Dr . Lexington, 40505, 259-0736, 252- 

1771 
Bergstrom, Edwin V Jr , 106 Country Acres #4, Louisville. 40218, 

491-6549 
Berns, Thomas Earl, 124 St Jude Cir , Florence, 41042. 371-6135. 

371-6135 
Bersaglia, Ron. 100 Craig .St.. Hazard. 41701. 436-6459, 436-5741 
Bevars. Ronnie. 171 N, Lorraine Street. Radcliff. 40160, 351-5895, 

351-3167 
Bevlns, Wally I , Box 091, Forest Hills, 41527, 237-4611, 253-7229 
Bibelhauser. Nancy L.. 135 San Jose Ct . Louisville, 40216. 448- 

1721. 560-0344 
Bihter, Kenneth N . 337 Linden Walk. Lexington. 40508, 254-9432, 

233-0138 
Billips, Douglas A,, 385 Redding Rd,, #136, Lexington, 40502. 273- 

3480. 564-3013 
Biter. Charles D Sr . 6602 Moorhaven Dr , Louisville, 40228, 239- 

3580, 452-4676 
Bland, Charles V , 9106 Chenault Rd , Louisville. 40258, 935-4030, 

636-1444 
Blanford. Margaret Jean. 5110 Hurstbourne La . Louisville, 40291. 

491-5268 
Bogar, Joseph Darryl. Box 37. Hardy, 41531, 353-9540. 353-7760 
Borders. Gary A.. 104 S Third. Apt, 207, Bardstown. 40004. 348- 

4179. 348-9281 
Bovinet. Gerald R . 761 1 Ft Sumter Ct.. Louisville. 40214. 361-0979 
Bowden. James A . Rt, 1. Box 153, Barbourville, 40906, 546-5496, 

546-4188 
Bowling. Donald E., 503 Scott Dr.. Pikevllle, 41501, 437-7243. 432- 

2733 
Bradley. Darrell. 149 Riverside Dr.. West Liberty. 41472. 743-7459. 

743-7856 
Bradley. Glen E . 57 Cherry Hill. Williamstown. 41097. 824-6448. 

371-0070 
Bramble. James L.. 480 Doncaster Ct,. Lexington. 40505. 299-5750. 

278-9355 
Branstetter, Charles E.. 1410 Circle Drive. Bowling Green. 42101. 
782-2671 



Brant. Bernard. 301 Farren, Earlington. 42410. 383-5625. 821-8504 
Bredenberg. Thomas W,. 439 Swan Cr.. Elsmere. 41018. 342-9926, 

581-7170 
Breeden, Wayne T . Blanding III. Box 24. Lexington. 40506. 257- 

2335 
Breegle. Bruce M . 1536 Chestnut St . Bowling Green, 42101, 842- 

0778 
Brewer. Lloyd. Box 238. Combs. 41729. 436-6672. 436-3155 
Brewster. James W.. 116 Meadow Lark. Nicholasville. 40356, 887- 

1605, 269-4356 
Bridges, Ralph L., 2424 Anne Dr , Henderson, 42420, 826-4088. 

533-9231 
Brindley, Jerry F., R.R 1. Carrollton. 41008. 732-5410 
Brockman. Thomas A . 1726 Jefferson. Covngton. 41014. 261- 

9181, 771-8910 
Brown, John W,. 975 Waverly. Lexington. 40505, 254-1940, 255- 

0835 
Brown. Nicholas W,. Rt 2. Box 341, Dawson Springs. 42408. 669- 

4384 
Brown. Stanley, Box 1032, Ulvah. 41856. 633-0262 
Brueggemann. Timothy J., 421 Keen Hall. WKU. Bowling Green. 

42101. 748-2361, 745-2984 
Bruner, Jack C. Rt, 12. Box 93, London. 40741.864-4322. 864-2271 
Bryant. Alan Dale. 1022 Liberty Ave . Bowling Green. 42101. 842- 

7530 
Brunson, Thomas Joseph. 117 Highview Dr , Ft Thomas. 41075, 

441-7675 
Buckman, William L , 1817 Twelfth St . Tell City. 47586. 547-7369. 

547-7055 
Bugg. James M.. Rt 1. Box 29. Reed. 42451. 533-6996 
Buis. Michael A., R.R. #2. Cynthiana. 41031. 234-9339 
Buky. Gregory D . Box 80. ODonnall Hall. Richmond. 40475. 625- 

1901 
Brausch. William David. 22 Goetz Dr. Coldspring, 41076. 781-1429 
Burton. Billy J . PO Box 217. Eddyville. 42038. 388-9980. 965-3308 
Burton, Van M , Hardburly, 41747, 436-6778 
Call. Barbara J.. 215Bassett Ave. Lexington. 40502. 266-8558, 258- 

2655 
Campbell, Charles, R.R. 2, Box 30C. Frenchburg. 40322, 768-3645. 

254-2791 
Campbell. Eddie N . Gen Del. Ary. 41712. 378-3331. 378-7761 
Campbell, Rick A , 594 Magnolia Ave.. Bowling Green, 421 01. 781- 

6187, 843-8748 
Camplin, Charles M,, Box 132 Main St., Nortonville, 42442. 676- 

3657 
Carman. Sandra G . Rt 1. Box 57. Harred. 40144. 756-2961. 756- 

2175 
Carnes. Dwight D . 213 A Wilson Lane. Middlesboro. 40965. 248- 

3193. 248-1608 
Carper, John D , Rt. 3, Box 339, Grayson. 41143. 474-7121 
Carter. J Michael. 844 South Third St.. Mayfield, 42066, 247-8937. 

247-8896 
Case. Cynthia Ann. 1818 N Larkspur. Jeffersonville. 47130, 282- 

6092, 584-4221 
Casey, Earl Thomas, 312 Highland, Lawrenceburg, 40342, 839- 

3148. 839-7406 
Gates. Bill. Rt 1. Box 12A. Dixon. 42409. 639-5684 
Catron. Mike D . 3468 Greenlawn Dr , Lexington. 40503, 272-8285, 

255-7986 
Caudle. Gary H . 408 W, 1st St.. Hopkinsville. 42240. 885-9445 
Cecil. Jimmie R.. Box 193. Stanville. 41659. 478-9839. 478-9138 
Chapman. Thomas W . Rt. #4. 102 B Dan Drive. Versailles. 40383. 

873-4927. 873-3181 X-163 
Chasteen. Rick. 301 Highland Ave . Cynthiana. 41031. 234-6569. 

234-6664 
Cheek. Alan B . Apt. 140 3091 Breckinridge Lane. Louisville, 40220, 

459-0426 
Chinn, Robert J , Evans Ct , Hartford, 42347, 298-7668, 926-4848 
Clark, James Ken, 2920 Glenafton Ln., Louisville. 40217, 637-6497, 

361-3335 
Clark, Terry L, Rt #1, Box 316, Murray, 42071, 767-3303, 767-6951 
Crawford, Bob. 622 Mill St., Leitchfield, 42754. 259-3265 
Clay. Scott L . 106 Love Street. Glasgow. 42141. 651-5676 
Clevenger. Mike. Rt. 4, Box 406. Ashland. 41101. 739-4021. 325- 

1114 
Cochran. Ray D . Wittensville. 41274. 297-3135 
Coffman. John T.. 5604 Morning Glory. Louisville. 40258, 935- 

0278, 634-8814 
Coleman, C. Ronald, 5263 Stafford Ht , Independence, 41051. 

356-2002, 621-7500 
Combs. Henry B . Route 5. Quicksand. 41363. 666-7876. 666-2403 
Combs. Ira D . General Delivery. Jeff. 41751. 436-3002. 436-3837 



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Comer. Mark T., Rt, 3, Maysville, 41056, 742-2191. 564-5161 
Compton. Jerry. 107 Pin Oak Dr.. Lancaster. 40444. 792-4569, 792- 

6092 
Conley. John David. Box 22. Garrett. 41630. 358-9351 
Coppage, Hugh. Box 66. Hartford. 42347. 298-3960. 298-7861 
Cornett. Lewis Dean. Star Rt. 2. Box 153. Hindman. 41822. 785- 

3729, 436-2668 
Couch, Lester, P,0, Box 84, Smilax, 41764, 279-4393, 675-3331 
Cowan, Ronnie C, Rt. 2, Box 417, Horse Cave, 42749, 786-1540, 

842-4853 
Cox, Rufus A., P.O. Box 237, Madisonville. 42431. 821-2692, 338- 

2776 
Craft. Robert E.. Box 625. South Shore. 41175. 932-4018.836-9681 

X-194 
Craig. David V.. 313 N. Brookhaven. Somerset. 42501. 679-4832. 

679-7432 
Crawford. Daryl C . 105 Whitney Dr . Lawrenceburg. 40342. 839- 

3291. 564-4850 
Crawford. Jerry D.. 101 Suzanne St., Lawrenceburg. 40342. 839- 

6333. 873-3181 X-177 
Crawford. Rick Allen. Rt 5. Westwood Estates, Lawrenceburg. 

40342, 839-7432, 564-2900 
Creekmore, Milford B., P.O. Box 368, Pine Knot, 42635, 354-2846. 

376-8585 
Cromer. Daniel B . 3529 St, Germaine Ct.. Louisville. 40207. 895- 

4945 
Crouse. James W.. 509 E- Mam Providence, 42450, 667-7156, 667- 

7065 
Crout, Thomas A., 223 A Senour Rd., Ft, l^itchell, 41017,356-3337, 

491-5301 
Crump, Bruce, 2702 fyiacemure Ct #D. Louisville. 40220,454-4132. 

425-7282 
Cummins. Emmett Ray. 8705 Fern View Dr.. Fern Creek. 40291. 

239-4014 
Cunningham, John Alan. 4900 Running Fox Dr., Shepherdsville. 

40165. 957-4670. 957-3540 
Curnutte. Mike D.. 122 Hillview Acres. Greensburg. 42743 
Curry. Howard Mark. 2149 Robin Rd . Bowling Green. 42101. 781- 

2105. 842-2481 X-74 
Daniels. Leon Garrett. 41630. 358-4445 
Daniels. Robert A.. 1 107 McKenzie Addition VanLear. 41265. 789- 

3931. 789-1201. X-290 
Darnell. Nick. 1 19 North St.. Southgate, 41071. 781-4497. 542-7100 
Dougherty. Roger L.. 49 Narwood Dr., Jeffersontown. 40299. 491- 

6993 
Davis. Arthur Edward Jr., 314 E. 16th St., Hopkinsville. 42240 
Davis, Bobby W , 73 Zelkova Dr., Shelbyville, 40065, 633-6167, 893- 

3611 
Davis, John C , 1607 Cherrie Lane, Shelbyville, 40065, 633-1580 
Davis, Larry E,. 2917 West Kentucky St.. Louisville. 40211. 774- 

3889. 772-3106 
Davis. Larry W.. P.O. Box 2. Barbourville, 40906. 546-5639 
Davis, Thomas A,, 3305. Sumner Rd . Louisville. 40218. 459-8825. 

582-4891 
Davis. Wayne L,. 585 Storey Ave.. Harrodsburg. 40330. 734-7019. 

564-7250 
Day. Christopher. Rt. #1. Cynthiana. 40311. 234-4386 
Day. Douglas. B . 240 Shreveport Cir.. Nicholasville, 40356 
Day. James A.. Route #3. Versailles. 40383. 873-9324 
Day. Lawrence W.. 3604 Remora Dr . Lexington. 40502. 272-3392 
Day. Ronnie. 132 Center St.. Morehead. 40351. 784-8621. 784-6438 
Day. Ronnie W . 7834 Estrada Ave.. Ft Knox 401 21 . 624-6501 , 624- 

1736 
Day, V, Wayne. 114 Debbie Ave.. Lancaster. 40444, 792-2260 
Delaney. Brad N.. Box 18. Williamsburg. 40769, 549-4199 
Denton, Calvin R., 377 East Mam St., Carlisle, 40311, 232-3328 
Doan, Dennis M., Box 95. Loyall. 40854, 573-3781, 573-1331 
Dooley. Terry L., U.S. 60 TLR Ct . Hardinsburg. 40143. 756-2360. 

756-5819 
Dossett. Mac R.R, #4. Whippoorwill. Marion. 42064. 965-2804. 965- 

3866 
Dotson. Scott J,. 625 Time Dr . Apt 12. Owensboro. 42301. 683- 

3963 
Douthwaite. Donald D.. 5754 Biscayne Ave.. Cincinnati. 45211. 

574-2238. 721-6804 
Downs. Joseph W,. 121 Parkview. Bardstown. 40004. 348-5123. 

348-3991 
Doner. Dennis M. PC, Box 32. Bimble. 40915. 546-5181. 546-5917 
Drake. John E.. 312 E. Mam. Apt 8. Georgetown. 40324. 863-5434. 

863-8440 
Draper. Steven R.. Milburn. 42070. 694-3991 
Driskell. Earl V. Jr.. 7813 Fairmeadows Lane, Louisville, 40222. 

426-6863, 583-1641 



Duncan. William H . 1028B Drennan Park. Ft. Campbell. 42223. 

431-3280. 798-3696 
Duvall. Thomas Jay Sr,. 4705 Andrea Way. Louisville. 40216. 964- 

8455. 361-8332 
Dyke. O Dean. Route 1. Pleasure Ville. 40057. 461-7803.452-4140 

East. William. 402 Linda Dr.. Hopkinsville. 42240. 886-2146. 886- 

5259 
Eastep. Phillip R.. Rt. 3, Box 636. Salyersville. 41465, 349-3007 
Edmondson, Johnny B., R.R. #1 Box 232. Glencoe. 41046. 643-5288 
Effinger. Sharon M. 4703 Lynn Lea Rd.. Louisville. 4021 6. 447-4198 
Embry. Johnny D.. St. Rt. Box 2050. Cloverport. 40111, 788-6730, 

295-4310 
Emmons, Guy W., Rt. 2. Box 51. Lanesvllle. 47136, 952-3850, 367- 

1781 
Engle. Tim. Grays Knob. 40829. 573-3123 
Epiing. Terry Lee. Box 771. Vansant. 24656. 597-7083. 935-8161 
Ernspiker, Gary R,. 8121 Lake Avenue #10. Louisville. 40222. 423- 

0288. 896-9434 
Evans. Ronnie B,, 521 Short White Oak Rd., Russell, 41169, 836- 

1709, 325-8457 
Fague, Richard A., Rt, 2. Box 319A. Vine Grove, 40175, 877-0122. 

624-6329 
Fannin, Robert W.. 205Reilly Rd.. Frankfort. 40601.875-2712. 564- 

7137 
Farhat. Nea. 2391 Heather Way, Lexington, 40502, 278-2834, 744- 

1776 
Feltner, Paul, P.O. Box 304. Hazard, 41701, 439-1776, 436-3171 
Fessler, Joseph R, 31 Augusta Avenue. Ft. Wright. 4101 1. 331-2625 
Fields. Alesia Anne. 10229 W. Manslick Rd,. Fairdale. 40118. 367- 

1418 
Finley. James Howard. 400 Hilldale. Paducah. 42001. 442-9037. 

442-6121 
Floyd. Paul Hope. 40334, 498-3124 
Flynn, Bobby. 428 McKenna Ct., Lexington, 40505, 299-5902, 278- 

9310 
Flynn, Bradley, 428 McKenna Ct., Lexington. 40505. 299-5902 
Ford. Carl Dennis. 126 Dan Dr.. Versailles. 40383, 873-3393 
Ford. Charlie D.. 280 Macey Ave., Versailles, 40383, 873-4404 
Ford, Terry G., 1116 Jones Ave.. Bowling Green. 42101. 842-1869 
Fowler. Donald B., 7109 W. Orell Rd.. Louisville. 40272. 937-6724. 

893-0104 
Fox, Joanna, Drakesboro, 42337, 476-2969, 338-4650 
Francis, Conrad L , P.O. Box 295. Hartford. 42347 
Francis. William R.. c/o US Army LDRC. Rm 222F. 600 Fed PI., 

Louisville, 40202. 282-8961 X-5203. 587-6846 
Franklin. Sandraetta, 528 Chestnut St., Bowling Green. 42101. 842- 

5281 
Frantz. Jerry D.. 221 W, Todd #3. Frankfort. 40601. 227-2016. 564- 

7300 
Frazier. Mac, R.R. 1. Box 88a. Webster, 40176, 547-4900 
Frisinger, Bruce, 1395 Pine Meadow, Lexington, 233-1054, 254- 

6412 
Fryman, Terry L., 602 Buckner St., Maysville, 41056, 564-5820, 883- 

3166 
Fulmer, Kenneth D., 8550 WinthropCr, Florence. 41042,525-7383, 

371-4917 
Gabbard, Raymond Jr., 525 Williams Rd.. Burlington, 41005, 689- 

4590, 283-3191 
Gamble, James H,, Box 1237 SBTS, Louisville, 40206, 897-4135 
Gardner, Jerry, 810 McCullum, Elizabethtown, 42701, 765-6273 
Gatlin, Alan D , P.O. Box 155. Mortons Gap. 42440. 258-5297 
Gatterdam. Ed L.. 9202 Weissinger Ct.. Louisville. 40222, 426-8393, 

426-1650 
George, Dennis Michael, 644 Maple, Lebanon. 40033, 692-6654, 

692-6115 
Gibbons, Michael L., Rt. 5, Box 152, Morehead, 40351, 784-6598, 

784-7293 
Gibson, Russell K.,7504WinesapWay, Louisville. 40228. 239-2511, 

969-1331 
Gilbert, Gerald L,, 426 Allen Drive, Vine Grove, 40175, 877-5094, 

422-4455 
GIsh, Pete, 2025 Poplar Dr., Henderson. 42420. 826-3023 
Goble. Kelly M.. Box 132. Inez. 41224. 298-7563. 395-5261 
Goodman. Adrian. East View. 42732. 862-3593 
Gordon. James W.. R#4. Stanford. 40484, 346-2704, 346-2589 
Gosney, Donna J., 2146 Memorial Pkwy. Ft. Thomas. 41075. 781- 

3687 
Goss. Mark David. 200 Wilson Dowing Rd,. Lexington. 40503. 272- 

2027 
Gossett. Roger B.. 218 Hickory Ave.. Somerset. 42501. 679-3646, 

679-4361 
Gray. Gary D.. 108 Sam Dr.. Louisville. 40214. 367-7569. 367-3177 



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Gray, Paul Edward. 1121 Chestnut St.. Bowling Green. 42101, 781- 

9293, 781-5111 X-219 
Grey, Don U., 6632 River Birch, Crestwood. 40014, 241-7815 
Grieme, William J,, 146 Grace Ct., Apt. #7, Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 341- 

4785, 861-2330 
Griffin, Charles D., 2395 Allen Drive. Lexington, 40505. 299-1336. 

254-2378 
Griffin. Dennis. 1060 Everett Ave . Louisville. 40204,451-8129, 425- 

2200 
Grogan, Lawrence Jeff, 1701 Media Drive, Bowling Green, 42101. 

781-3890 
Habeck, Robert Lynn. Rt, 1, Boaz. 42027. 554-0646 
Hacker. Samuel G.. 693 Bromley Pike, Ludlow, 41016, 291-6141. 

341-5745 
Hagerman. Terry R.. 5411 C Governours Way, Louisville. 40291. 

491-0504, 955-6578 
Hall, Danny Joe, 1015'/: S. Mam St., Corbin, 40701, 528-2852, 528- 

2931 
Hall, Jack R., Box 303, Elkhorn City, 41522, 754-9098 
Hall, Jeff, P.O. Box 704, Grayson, 41143, 474-5453. 474-4855 
Hall, Terry L., 5309 B PaquetteSt , Ft. Knox, 40121, 624-3808, 624- 

2814 
Hall, Tommy L., Pippa Passes, 41844 
Hall, Wendell Keith, 231 Embassy Dr., Lexington, 40505. 233-0138, 

254-9432 
Hamilton, Thomas F., 4203 Beechgrove Dr., Independence. 41051, 

283-1759 
Hamm, Gerald Allen, 623 Oaklawn. Bowling Green, 42101, 781- 

3773, 842-9989 
Hampton, Doug, P O Box 367, Cynthiana, 41031, 234-5776 

234-1120 
Hancock, Norbert E,, 400 Kinnaird Lane, Louisville, 40243, 245- 

6847, 491-2377 
Handley, Woodie R , Rt. 2, Hodgenville, 42748, 358-3345, 358-3195 
Handy, Gene A., Rt, 6, Box 275, Ashland, 41101, 928-5641, 325- 

2244 
Hankins, Stan, 2076 Gillespie St . Wilmore. 40390, 858-3721 
Hardin. Don G . Box 88, Morehead, 40351, 784-7698 
Hardy, Lelia R. Jr.. 525 N. 4th St.. Bardstown. 40004. 348-3434. 589- 

2001 
Hargrove, David L.. Route One, Melber, 42069. 856-3469, 753-9101 
Harned, Delano. Custer, 40115, 536-3492, 774-7364 
Harp. David A.. R.R. 7. Box 108. Frankfort. 40601. 875-1216 
Hauber, Cheri Leigh. 3110 Gambriel Ct.. Louisville. 40205, 458- 

9055, 458-4958 
Hause, William G., Route 2, Brooksville, 4 1004," 735-2447 
Hawkins, Emile C, 6911 Rock Hollow, Louisville, 40219, 968-8291 
Hawkins, Maurice Paul, Route 1, Box 99-A, New Haven, 40051, 549- 

8395, 348-9961 
Haynes, Stephen, #9, Western Hills Trpk., Bowling Green, 42101, 

781-9039, 782-0415 
Haynes, William T , 710 Comanche Dr., Henderson, 42420, 827- 

3388, 827-3000 
Hazzard, Delano R , 5308-C Paquette St., Ft Knox, 40121, 624- 

5501, 624-6829 
Henry, Daniel T., 1313 Dayton Ave., Dayton, 41074, 291-9224, 292- 

5197 
Henry, Keith, Rt , 1, Box 2, West Liberty, 41472, 784-8285 
Henry, Tony A, 801 Hampton Rd., Bowling Green, 42101 , 843-8786 
Hensley. Jerry W , 453 Duell Dr.. Versailles, 40383, 873-8972, 564- 

6835 
Higgins, Steve L., 102 Scott Court, Lawrenceburg, 40342, 839- 

7217, 839-4545 
Hill, Daniel Keith, 2075 Regency Rd. #64, Lexington, 40503, 278- 

6680 
Hiipp, Gerald L . 5224 Planet Dr.. Louisville. 40258,447-0412, 778- 

3311 X-465 
HiIpp, Louis E,, 5802 Mt. Everest, Louisville, 40216, 448-2435 
Hiten. Mark S., 551 Shoshone Tr., Georgetown, 40324, 863-3434 
Hixon, Carl E., 103 Mayfair Dr., Mayfield, 42066. 247-2930. 247- 

1621 
Hodges, William, 209 Beale St., Cumberland, 40823, 589-61 81 , 589- 

2544 
Holland, David L , Beeck Creek, 42321, 476-8098, 476-2204 
Holmes, Ronald M, 7325 Wesboro Rd, Louisville, 40222,426-1930, 

588-6567 
Holt, Larry K, Box 1 32 A, Rt 1 , Alvaton, 421 22, 843-3587, 781 -4585 
Holt, Robert E., Route 2, Box 188, Crofton, 42217, 269-2577, 886- 

5271 
Holt, Ronald J., 416 Sylvan Terrace, Hopkinsville, 42240,885-4445. 

885-5404 
Holt, Timothy E , 1803 Woodfield Rd., Louisville, 40220, 491-5178, 

426-2000 X-254 



Hosteller, Nancy, Riverside Christian Trng School, Lost Creek, 

41348, 666-2359 
Houchens, Jeffrey, P.O Box 82, Mt Olivet, 41064. 724-5598. 724- 

5821 
Houchens. Tom M.. 505 Long St., London, 40741, 864-9075, 864- 

2136 
Hourigan, James F Jr , 6303 Nigel Drive, Louisville, 40216, 447- 

6552, 566-9359 
Hourigan, Timothy, 2623 Old Hickory, Louisville, 40299, 267-8296, 

581-5796 
Howard, Jackie Lynn, Foraker, 41429, 349-5306, 349-2011 
Howard, Robert Elwood Jr., 5431-A Gilkey St., Ft. Knox, 40121, 

624-2709, 624-6028 
Huang. Nathan C. 560 Crestview Lane. Morehead. 40351 , 784-7639 
Huber. Jerry. Park & Audubon Rd., Covington, 41011, 431-8030, 

241-0102 
Huddleston, Edgar Ray, 102 Mapother St., Loyall, 40854, 573-2516, 

573-1175 
Hughes, Roy S , Route #6, Hopkinsville, 42240, 886-7045, 885-7414 
Hummel, Joseph G. Jr., 3528 B^,a Ct., Erianger, 41018, 727-8469, 

621-0215 
Hundley. Phinis V . R R #4. Hodgenville. 42748. 358-9383. 769- 

5537 
Hunt. G. Dale. Rt 1. Box 859-K. Pikeville, 41501, 631-9497 
Hutchinson, Jack. 3051 Kirklevington #139. Lexington. 40502, 272- 

0706. 277-7116 
Irby, Mike P , P.O. Box, Burkesville. 42717, 864-3830, 864-3451 
Jackson, Ed, 2507 W 9th St , Owensboro, 42301, 684-4664, 926- 

3200 
James, David L, PO Box 553, Centertown. 42328. 232-5115 
Jansen. Jean Ann, Rt 6, Box 256, Shepherdsville. 40165. 955-6159 
Jarvis, Billy Ray, Box 10, Allen, 41601, 874-9007 
Jenkins, David D. Jr., P O. Box 32394, Louisville, 40232, 425-7922, 

636-0331 
Jenkins, Herbert, Box 7, Loyall, 40854, 573-9878 
Jennings, Donnie, Cloverport, 40111, 788-3335 
Jennings, Jeff, 312 Poplar St.. Dawson Springs. 42408. 797-8119. 

797-8060 
Jent. Richard L . 5561 Nickview Dr.. Cincinnati, 45239, 385-3484, 

932-1211, X-378 
Johns, James E., 52 Madison Village, Richmond, 40475, 624-2526, 

232-2305 
Johnson, David Lamar, #15 Barry Lane, Radcliff, 40160, 351-8143 
Johnson, Ernie, Box 173, Bypro 41612, 452-2688 
Jones. Denver. P.O. Box 700, Hazard, 41701, 439-1812, 436-5771 
Jones, John F III, 808 Sycamore St , Carrollton, 41008, 732-6756 
Jones, Alexander Jr , 5003 Winding Spring, Louisville, 40223, 241- 

0076, 893-3641, X-255 
Jones. Stephen B , 929 Wishbone Cr., Lexington. 40502. 266-3217. 

233-5992 
Jones. W P., R R. 3. Box 91, Manchester, 40962, 598-2087 
Jurasin, James A.. 6803Sunnyhill Rd., Louisville, 40228, 239-7617, 

585-8034 
Kearns, Kevin Wayne, R.R, 4, Box 73B, Cynthiana, 41 031, 234-2297 
Kelly, Jack Jr., 3327 Schneiter, Louisville, 40215, 363-9842, 366- 

9970 
Kendall, David, Route 4, Box 248, Bowling Green, 42101, 782-0976 
Kendall. Harold Lee. Ill Queensway Dr.. Cynthiana, 41031. 234- 

6291, 549-9037 
Kercher, William M., 3642 Windward Way, Louisville, 40220, 458- 

1617 
Key. Pamela Jo, P O Box 188a, Lucas, 42156, 646-2312, 678-2121 
Kidder, F Jeffrey. R.R. 3, Box 78. Vine Grove, 40175, 828-3116, 

422-3255 
Kirk, Charles Floyd. P.O. Box 543. Cumberland. 40823. 589-2086. 

565-2264 
King. Rick. P.O Box 185. Cromona, 41810, 855-9265, 855-7185 
Klaiber, Jerry, #46, Tanglewood Ct., Flatwoods, 41139, 836-1280, 

836-5759 
Klump, William Roger, 2074 Eastern Pkwy., Louisville, 40204, 451- 

0236. 587-7371. X-378 
Ladd, Michael D. W., P.O. Box 23, Gracey, 42232, 235-5988 
Ladd, Simon D., R.R. #1, Box 255, Cadiz. 42211, 522-8051 
Lambert, Irvin G., 6412 Fern Crest Rd.. Louisville. 40291 , 239-4996, 

459-0382 
Larkin, John Arnold, R R. 3, Box 219, Eubank, 42567, 379-2223, 

678-4405 
Lawson, Stanley, 3662 Georgetown Cir., Louisville 40215, 361- 

7453, 969-1327 
Leagans, George, P.O. Box 1368, SBTS, Louisville, 40206, 897- 

4438 
Leigh, Steve E , 1202 McKinley St., Corbin, 40701, 528-7344, 528- 

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Leiand, Lonnie L., 1857-A Chatsworth Circle, Lexington, 40505, 

299-5300. 299-4317 
Lemaster, Ronald K., 915 Maryland Ct,, Flatwoods, 41139, 836- 

8072, 325-7755 X-411 
Lewis, James Darrell, 6944 Leisure Lane #22, Louisville, 40229, 

968-3178. 452-4874 
Lewis. Joseph Catron, 437 Keen Hall, WKU, Bowling Green, 42101, 

748-2395. 745-2984 
Linder, Ricl<y Paul, 205 Green Acres Dr., Elizabettitown, 42701, 

737-5242, 358-3690 
Linl<ous. Terry Denise, Gen Del Rogers, 41 365, 668-3778, 668-31 70 
Listerman. Michael L , 213 A Carthage Rd , California, 41007. 635- 

5135. 781-3333 
Littlepage. Pryce B,. 610 Oak St . Madisonville, 42431, 821-1642. 

821-3247 
Lonaker, Roger, 616 Woolery. Falmouth. 41040. 654-8016, 654- 

6105 
Long, James Stephen, 614 Orchard Dr., Bowling Green, 42101. 

781-1261 
Long. Bill. Box 52A. R R, 9. Bowling Green, 42101, 781-3939 
Lowe, Stephen F , 2124 Tamarck Dr., 278-9662, 255-6841 X-117 
Lucas, Wayne, Big Spring, 40106. 536-3647 
Luckett, Ted C , 1752 Deer Ln.. Louisville, 40205, 452-6554, 581- 

3566 
Luckett, Tom, 8805 ArtisWay, Louisville, 40291, 239-1570, 584-3261 
McAlister, James, Rt., 5, Apt. K-2, Jersey Ridge Rd . Maysville, 

41056, 845-4392, 845-2858 
McConahay, Rex W., R.C.T.S , Lost Creek, 41348, 666-2359 
McGown. Phil. 412 Emmett Dr., Bowling Green, 42101. 781-6053 
McGrath. Kavin Dale. #8 Cillia Rd.. Louisville, 40216. 447-8276. 

447-7371 
McKay, J. Guthrie. 208 South 3rd St., Bardstown, 40004, 348-3551 
McKenty, Lawrence, Route 9, Benton. 42025. 527-1405 
McKinney, Alan Mark, 1 707 Mary Ellen Dr.. Flatwood. 41 139. 836- 

2863. 836-1941 
Madden, Tim L,. R.R 1, Box 138. Tyner, 40486, 287-7638 
Maddox, Arthur L . 3915 Alford Ave.. Louisville. 40212, 774-3386, 

367-3559 
Maines. George E , 905 E Main, Apt. 17, Lexington. 40502. 269- 

7707, 269-7707 
Mangus. Robert J.. 211 Leimaur Dr.. Richmond. 40475. 623-4405, 

623-9942 
Mann, Cathleen L , 2713B Willow Court. Hopkinsville. 42240. 885- 

2492. 886-8116 
Marlow. Charles Bradfordsville. 40009. 337-3617 
Mathews, Arthur E , 5632 Princes Place, Apt, C, Columbus, 43229 
Mattingly, John R, 221 E Chandler St., Lebanon, 40033, 692-6984, 

336-9347 
Mattingly, Terry, 701 Cedar St.. Owensboro. 42301, 685-5488, 684- 

9434 
Mauney, Bobby G. Jr., 4210 Final Dr., Louisville, 40219, 966-5027, 

456-7120 
May. Paul Lester. Box 5. Rt. 2. McVeigh. 41546, 353-9238 
Mayborg, Glenn A., 1852 Centeridge Ave., Cincinnati, 45231, 521- 

4635, 731-5500 X-317 
Medley, Frank R , P.O. Box 675. Bardstown. 40004. 348-4831, 348- 

9281 
Melton. Paul Douglas. Rt, 1. Cutshin, 41732, 279-4593 
Meredith, W. Craig, 9401 Habersham Dr . Louisville, 40222. 426- 

8226, 451-2430 X-64 
Messer, Roy Jr.. Rt. 3. Box 181-1a, McKee, 40447. 287-7304, 287- 

7161 
Meyer. David W. 175 Mam St., Newport, 41071, 581-0937 
Milam, James B , Hillview Dr., Beechmont, 42323, 476-8359, 476- 

2204 
Milburn. William Ellery, 213 West Main St . Springfield. 40069. 336- 

3486. 336-9347 
Miller, John T. Jr . Box 731. Nortonville, 42442, 676-3353, 821-7168 
Miller, Thomas A.. 426 Ward Ave., Bellevue, 41073. 581-6077 
Mills. John Cowles Jr., 2305 Briargate. Louisville. 40216, 447-5423 
Mineer, Robert G.. 6205 Lynnchester Rd.. Louisville. 40219. 969- 

8842 
Mingus, Donald L.. 5730 S Watterson Tr , Louisville, 40291, 491- 

9703 
Mitchell, Douglas. 131 Lincoln Dr., Frankfort. 40601,695-3315. 227- 

7341 
Mitchner. Kent D.. Box 349 College. Campbellsville, 42718, 789- 

9946. 465-8158 X-229 
Moak. Steve, 64 Vivian Drive. Florence. 41042. 371-0487, 513-346- 

2980 
Moore, Ellis Ronnie, 731 Manchester St., Barbourville, 40906, 546- 

6688, 878-7301 
Moore, N. Dean. P.O. Box 296. Guthrie, 42234, 483-2683, 483-2541 
Moore, Phillip H,. R#6. Box 403, Bowling Green, 42101, 781-9340. 

781-9647 



Moore. Ronald Allen. 312 E. Third St.. Frankfort, 40601. 227-7706, 

223-8030 
Morgan, Craig D., Box 575. Hyden. 41740, 672-2174, 598-2192 
Morgan, Keith P, 522 Taylor Drive, London, 40741, 864-9253, 

625-1886 
Morris, Richard Boyd, Box 364, Lynch, 40855, 848-5628. 848-5486 
Morrison. Daniel G.. 500 Nutwood Ave,, Bowling Green, 42101, 

843-9633 
Mueller, David L., 8112 Ferndale Rd., Fern Creek, 40291, 231-0952 
Mullinix. Ray. 1001 Lynnview Dr.. Albany. 42602. 387-6558, 433- 

7191 
Mullins, Harold D , Box 526, Hindman, 41822, 785-5945 
Mullins, Rafford G , Rt , 689, 265-3568, 789-4980 
Murdoch, Lincoln P., 101 Southview Dr., Nicholasville, 40356, 887- 

1254 
Murphy, Brian K , P.O. Box 594 Mam Street, Mortons Gap, 42440, 

258-5584 
Murphy, Dianna. 318 Oldham Ave , Lexington, 266-2464 
Murphy. Gregory B,. 316 Edgewood Drive. Nicholasville, 40356. 

887-1919 
Murphy, Tom. P O Box 171, Wayland, 41666, 358-4063, 358-4051 
Murrell, Charles "Bl", 656 New Squires Rd., Lexington, 40502, 272- 

8421 
Myers, Chris E,, 2251 Shawnee Dr.. Madison, Ind., 47250, 273-3571 , 

265-4714 
Myers, Ronald J., 105 Westwood Dr.. Elizabethtown, 42701, 765- 

7198, 769-3381 
Nelson, Eric W., Route #1, Box 200, Nebo, 42441, 249-3608, 821- 

5340 
Newland, John Edward, 131 1 Huntspoint Way, Henderson, 42420, 

826-9413, 826-3991 
Newsome, Bill, Weedsbury, 41667, 452-4207 
Newton, Danny L,, R R #1, Bagdad, 40003, 747-5207, 585-5852 
Nighbert, Charles W., Rt, #4, Box 940, Williamsburg, 40769, 549- 

2476. 549-2353 
Niles, Lew. Route 1, Hardinsburg. 401 43, 756-5552.295-3451 X-351 
Nix. Roger L , 118 S, Daves, Madisonville, 42431, 825-1322 
Norton, Joseph M., 550 North Bdwy, Lexington, 40508, 233-0279, 

253-3030 
OCull. John Darrell, Rt 1, Box 68, Tollesboro, 41189. 798-2221 
Oestreicher. Edward G.. 173 Pedretti. Cincinnati. 45238. 251-2359 
Orsborne. Billy D . Box 924. Williamsburg. 40769, 549-9156, 549- 

4655 
Osbourn, Vincent P., 6912 Cedar Hollow Dr., Louisville. 40291 , 239- 

0909 
Oser, Lawrence E,, 110 Mariner Dr., Georgetown, 40324, 863-4614 
Overton, Frank Jr., Box 36, Four Mile, 40939, 337-2026, 337-2435 
Owens, Bruce E., 950 Leawood Sq . Frankfort. 40601. 227-2826, 

564-7800 X-521 
Owens. Danny Louis. 131 N Bayly Ave,. Louisville. 40206. 897- 

7279, 585-3084 
Owens, Larry E,, 154 Spence Ave., Madisonville, 42431. 821-8708. 

821-4096 
Owens. Michael D.. 432 Jefferson St., Lexington, 40508, 255-7604, 

233-9463 
Owens, Ronnie Lee, Rt., 13, Box 458, London, 40729, 878-8862, 

878-6415 
Page, James N., P.O. Box 434, Corbin, 40701, 528-8263 
Parham, John R.. Rt. 1, Arlington. 42021. 694-4457 
Parker. Lowell D.. Apt. 56 Highland Hgts.. Prestonsburg. 41653, 

886-9264. 886-2767 
Parker, Stephen L , Route 5, Box 344, Maysville, 41056, 759-7452 
Parkey, Cecil Edward, P.O. Box 1649, Middlesboro, 40965, 248- 

4139, 248-1000 
Parrott, Sharon Kenoa. P.O. Box 542, Pineville, 40977, 337-6327, 

337-9461 
Parsley, Donald G., Gen. Del.. Inez, 41224, 298-3486 
Payne, John E., 4601 Tween Rd., Louisville, 40207, 895-1635 
Peeno, Harry R., 412 General Dr., Ft. Wright, 41011, 331-1981 
Peffer, James M., 1920 Oak St., Flatwoods. 41139, 836-1489 
Pendleton, Lonnie, R.R 1, Sharpsburg, 40374, 247-2639, 498-2660 
Perkins, Gary L., Rt. 2. Box 53. Jellico Tn.. 47762, 434-6317, 549- 

1360 
Peterson, John III, P.O. Box 237, Bardstown, 40004, 348-4169 
Peyton, William Cornell, P.O Box 34, Harned, 40144, 756-2040, 

422-2121 
Phelps, Jimmy 514 Sulfridge Dr., London, 40741, 864-6215 
Phillips, Coeburn, R.R. 1. Box 251. 436-6879, 436-3522 
Phillips, Gene, Box 119, Belfrey, 41514, 353-7819, 353-7230 
Pierce, Francis D. Jr., 1187A Drenna Park, Ft. Campbell, 42223, 

431-5231, 798-7465 
Piercefield, Dan, Box 442, Rt. 5. Benton. 42025. 354-8726 
Pierson. Gregory S., 13 Cardinal Dr., Owenton, 40359, 484-3303, 

484-3878 

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S. Raby, K. Stinson, K. Dobbs, Second Row: S. Stinson, T. Bennett, M. Vantrease, L. Burklow, R. Perry, K. Holman, D. 
Vaughn, T. Goodnight, T. Barnett, S. Allgood, Third Row: D. Rafferty, K. Krantz, F. Law, B. Perry, F. Gooch, J. Phillips, 
N. Adams, T. Page, P. Flippin, S. Pedigo, Fourth Row; R. Humphrey, B. Belveal, R. Perkins, B. Beach, M. Dobbs, D. 
Deaton, T. Samuels, S. Gamble, J. Copas, Fifth Row: D. Robinson, B. Estes, S. Hall, R. Hatfield, K. Baird, J. Beach, B. 
Drake, S. Mullins, B. Whittington, J. Williams, Sixth Row: M. Hammonds, P. Phillips, K. Perry, B. Brigances 

Franklin-Simpson 13 Allen Central 



Franklin-Simpson 28 Russellville 6 

Franklin-Simpson 28 Hopklnsville 15 

Franklin-Simpson 35 Warren East 7 

Franklin-Simpson 18 Ohio Co- 7 

Franklin-Simpson 47 Apollo 



Franklin-Simpson 32 Warren Central 23 

Franklin-Simpson 28 Bowling Green 12 

Franklin-Simpson 14 Glasgow 10 

Franklin-Simpson 14 Ft. Campbell 40 

Franklin-Simpson 35 Barren Co. 15 



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Franklin-Simpson 16 Union Co. 14 

Franklin-Simpson 12 Montgomery 8 

Franklin-Simpson 33 Belfry 

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FEBRUARY, 1980 




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R. West, B. Allen, K. Ramey, Mgr. D. Smith. Second Row: R. Lee, K. Blackburn, J. Fields, R. West, S. Smith, D. Scott, T. 
Taylor, J. Bevins, B. Johnson, D. Justice, G. Smith, B. Smith, D. Sesco. Third Row: Asst. Coach S. Mickey, B. Lowe, Asst. 
Coach T. Adams, O. Smith, L. Garrison, B. McCoy, F. Williams, B. Hunt, C. Plumley, G. Scott, G. Roberts, S. Francis, R. 
DeHart, M. Russell, Head Coach D. Roddy, Asst. Coach T. Shannon. Fourth Row: M. Smith, J. Warf, E. Dotson, T. Taylor, 
K. Deskins, G. Estep, S. DeLeon, J. Smith, D. Wolford. 

LINCOLN COUNTY - CLASS AAA DISTRICT 2, REGION III, CHAMPION 




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Smith, C. Coulter, J. Williams, J. Smith. Second Row: M. Fitzpatrick, A. Nicholson, P. Young, M. Reichenbach, H. Wilson, 
J. Ruckerl, C. Lynn, E. Givens, K. Brown, J. Turney. Third Row: S. Rogers, I. Isaacs, K. Middleton, D. Snyder, D. Reynolds, 
M. McGuffey, R. Bell, J. McGills, B. Chambers, M. Candler. Fourth Row: J. Penman, M. Martin, M. Dunn, K. Chambers, T. 
Frederick, D. Gooch, D. Leigh. 

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(Left to Right) Front Row: K. Slaughter, E. Fulfor, M. Ledford, D. D. Duzyk, B. Whitaker, J. Amburgey, J. Burton, 
R. Ware, P. Elliott, B. Jewell, R. Farley, R. Dougherty, B. Gillaspie, Second Row: T. Holland, Mgr., S. Thomas, R. Williams, 
B. Shultz, C. Williams, D. Overstreet, H. Triplett, B. Fluth, S. Amburgey, B. Fruth, P. Combs, R. Ledford, P. Donaldson, 
D. Gillaspie, Third Row: K. Harris, J. Crump, B. Blevins, C. Pendleton, B. Messer, J. Warner, R. Fawns, T. Smith, R. 
Anderson, G. Williamson, J. Davis, R. Dale, B. Letton, B. Letton, K. Croslin, Mgr., Fourth Row: S. Pinson, S. Greene, 
V. Mason, K. Poe, F. White, C. Townsend, R. Toy, T. Updike, L. Horn, R. Reed, R. Paine, S. Otis, P. Farons, K. Stafford. 
Fifth Row: Coach O. Owen, C. P. Dale, Coach B. Davis, Coach J. Walter, Coach H. Jones. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLII— NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1980 



$1.00 Per Year 



Minutes of Board Meeting 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the ExecLitive 
Inn-East, Louisville, Kentucky, on Saturday. 
January 19, 1980. The meeting was called to order 
by President Barney Thweatt at 9 00 A.M with all 
Board members. Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Assistant Commissioners Brigid L DeVries, Louis 
Stout and Billy Wise present Conley Manning and 
Darren Wells were present representing the State 
Department of Education and the State School 
Boards Association, respectively. The invocation 
was given by Barney Thweatt. 

Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Joseph 
McPherson, that the minutes of the December 15, 
1979, meeting of the Board of Control be approved. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills read to the Board members the 
additional information he had received on the 
change in the residence of the parents of Samantha 
Cooper. After considering the additional facts 
concerning the move of the parents into the 
Cumberland High School district. Jack Burkich 
moved, seconded by Pete Grigsby, that the 
Commissioner be authorized to waive By-Law 6, 
Section 1, Transfer Rule, in favor of Samantha 
Cooper, and that she be eligible to represent 
Cumberland High School in athletics. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills discussed the need to have 
ready for the next meeting any new proposals to be 
presented for the approval of the Board. President 
Thweatt appointed Chairman Fairce Woods, Zeb 
Blankenship and Denzil Ramsey as a committee to 
study the present Constitution and By-Laws for 
proposed changes to be considered by the 1980 
Delegate Assembly. 

Mr. Mills requested that the football committee 
members meet within the next two or three weeks to 
work on the re-classification of the football schools 
for the 1981-82 football seasons. 

Assistant Commissioner Billy Wise gave a 
report on the progress of ticket sales for the boys' 
and girls' State Basketball Tournaments. He 
reported that advance ticket sales have shown a 
slight decrease over those of the same period last 
year. 

Mr. Mills read a letter received from Supt. 
Needham Saylor, Harlan County Schools, 
expressing his and the Harlan County Board of 
Education's appreciation to the K.H.S.A.A. for the 
reinstatement of the membership of Evarts High 
School. 



Mr Mills explained to the Board that the 
company that has provided the trophies for the 
boys' and girls' State Basketball Tournaments for 
many years has gone out of business and it has 
become necessary to change to a different style 
trophy for the 1980 tournaments 

Board member Pete Grigsby. Jr , suggested to 
the Board that a book containing the history, 
records and statistics of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association be compiled. The members of 
the Board favored the suggestion but declined to 
take action pending further stLidy, 

J.D. Minnehan moved, seconded by Zeb 
Blankenship, that all bills of the Association for the 
month of December be allowed. The motion carried 
unanimously 

The next meeting of the Board of Control Vi/as 
scheduled for Friday, March 28, 1980, 9:00 A.M., at 
the Executive Inn-East, Louisville, Kentucky. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned. 



1979-80 WRESTLING 
APPROVED AND CERTIFIED OFFICIALS 

A number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials 
qualified for the advanced rating of Approved and 
Certified as a result of the National Federation 
Wrestling examination which was given in Kentucky 
on December 4, 1979. Only officials receiving these 
higher ratings are eligible to work in the district and 
regional tournaments. Only Certified officials are 
eligible to work in the State Tournament. 

Wrestling officials who qualified for advanced 
rating and have attended the K.H.S.A.A. clinic for 
the current season are: 



CERTIFIED 

Bryant, Stephen C. Mann, Lawrence V. 

Cline, Jack D. Todd, Timothy D. 

Hillock, Steven W. Warren, Lawrence A. 

Hubbard, Edward O. Weenolsen, Robert O., Jr. 



APPROVED 

Buckley, Warren D. Schofield, Dennis J. 

Davis, Chris Brian Washington, Eugene C. 

Salyers, Don 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1980 



FEBRUARY, 1980 VOL. XLII— NO. 7 

Published monthly, except Juneand July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication. 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President .... Barney Thweatt (1977-1981 ) Hopkinsville 

Vice Pres. . Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Directors Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg; 

Pete Grigsby (1978-1980) McDowell, Robie Harper, Jr 
(1979-1983) Drakesboro: Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville, J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982), LaGrange, 
Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington; D J Ramsey 
(1978-1982), Louisville: Fairce O Woods (1979-1983) 
Flemingsburg, Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

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1980 District Basketball 
Tournament Sites 



Boys 



1. 


Fulton County 


33. 


Conner 


2. 


Ballard Memorial 


34. 


Holmes 


3. 


Mayfield 


35. 


Bellevue 


4. 


Calloway County 


36. 


Highlands 


5. 


Trigg County 


37. 


Nicholas County 


6. 


Webster County 


38. 


Deming 


7. 


West Hopkins 


39. 


Mason County 


8. 


Christian County 


40. 


Bath County 


9. 


Owensboro 


41. 


Franklin County 


10. 


Greenville 


42. 


Jessamine County 


11. 


Hancock County 


43. 


Lafayette 


12. 


Grayson County 


44. 


Model Laboratory 


13. 


Russellville 


45. 


Danville 


14. 


Western Ky. Univ. 


46 


Casey County 


15. 


Allen County 


47. 


McCreary Central 


16. 


Tompkmsville 


48. 


Pulaski County 


17. 


Elizabethtown 


49. 


Oneida Baptist Inst. 


18. 


Green County 


50. 


Barbourville 


19. 


Nelson County 


51. 


Middlesboro 


20. 


Taylor County 


52. 


Harlan 


21. 


Evangel 


53. 


Letcher 


22. 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


54. 


Hazard 


23. 


Jesse Stuart 


55. 


Knott County Central 


24. 


DeSales 


56. 


Wolfe County 


25. 


Male 


57. 


Sheldon Clark 


26. 


Kentucky Country Day 


58. 


Wheelwright 


27. 


Marion C Moore 


59. 


Dorton 


28. 


Eastern 


60. 


Belfry 


29. 


Bullitt Central 


61. 


Rowan County 


30. 


Shelby County 


62. 


Lewis County 


31. 


Carroll County 


63. 


Greenup County 


32. 


Williamstown 


64. 


Boyd County 



Girls 



1. 


Fulton County 


33. 


Conner 


2. 


Ballard Memorial 


34. 


Holy Cross 


3 


Mayfield 


35. 


Bellevue 


4. 


Calloway County 


36. 


Highlands 


5. 


Trigg County 


37. 


Harrison County 


6. 


Webster County 


38. 


Augusta 


7. 


West Hopkins 


39. 


Mason County 


8. 


Christian County 


40. 


Bath County 


9. 


Owensboro 


41. 


Franklin County 


10. 


Greenville 


42 


Jessamine County 


11. 


Trinity (Whitesville) 


43. 


Lafayette 


12. 


Butler County 


44 


Model Laboratory 


13. 


Russellville 


45. 


Danville 


14 


Warren Central 


46. 


Casey County 


15. 


Allen County 


47. 


McCreary Central 


16. 


Tompkmsville 


48. 


Pulaski County 


17. 


Elizabethtown 


49. 


Oneida Baptist Inst. 


18. 


Green County 


50. 


Barbourville 


19. 


Nelson County 


51. 


Middlesboro 


20. 


Taylor County 


52. 


Harlan 


21. 


Presentation Academy 


53. 


Whitesburg 


22 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


54. 


Hazard 


23 


Jesse Stuart 


55. 


Knott County Central 


24 


Holy Rosary Academy 


56 


Wolfe County 


25. 


Louisville Collegiate 


57. 


Sheldon Clark 


26 


Kentucky Country Day 


58. 


Wheelwright 



27. Marion C. Moore 

28. Westport 

29. Bullitt Central 

30. Shelby County 

31. Carroll County 

32. Owen County 



59. Dorton 

60. Belfry 

61. Rowan County 

62. West Carter 

63. Greenup County 

64. Boyd County 



1980 Regional Basketball 
Tournament Sites 

GIRLS 

(1) Murray State University, (2) Hopkinsville 
High School, (3) Owensboro Sportscenter, (4) 
Barren County High School, (5) North Hardin High 
School, (6) Southern High School, (7) St. Xavier 
High School, (8) Oldham County High School, (9) 
Scott High School, (10) Harrison County High 
School, (11) Franklin County High School, (12) 
Pulaski County High School, (13) Knox Central 
High School, (14) Breathitt County High School, 
(15) Betsy Layne High School, (16) Boyd County 
High School. 

BOYS 

(1) Murray State University, (2) Hopkinsville 
High School, (3) Owensboro Sportscenter, (4) 
Western Kentucky University, (5) Marion County 
High School, (6) Southern High School, (7) St. 
Xavier High School, (8) Henry County High School, 
(9) Conner High School, (10) Mason County High 
School, (11) Frankfort Convention Center, (12) 
Pulaski County High School, (13) Knox Central 
High School, (14) Hazard High School, (15) 
Prestonsburg High School, (16) Boyd County 
School. 



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Page Three 



Baseball Clinic Information 

It is an Association requirement that each registered official 
attend a clinic in the sport in which registered (ByLaw 28, Sec. 3). 
Officials who have not attended the KHSAA clinic will not be 
permitted to officiate any varsity games. The 1 980 baseball clinics 
will be conducted by the Area Representatives, and the dates and 
sites of the clinics are as follows: 

February 17 — Transylvania University, Lexington — 2 pm — 
Harry Stephenson 

February 24 — Hopkinsville Community College, Hopkinsville 

— 2 pm — Eldridge Rogers, Knox Central High School, Barbour- 
ville — 2 pm — Richard Morgan: Henderson Co. High School, 
Henderson — 2 pm — Bill Woodward; l^ason Co. High School, 
IVIaysville — 2 pm — Dick Uriage 

February 27 — (Bayfield High School, Mayfield — 7 pm — 
Jamie Washer 

Inarch 2 — Scott High School, Covington — 1 pm — Dick 
Uriage: Owensboro High School, Owensboro — 2 pm — Bill 
Woodward 

Ivlarch 9 — VanHoose Education Ctr , 3332 Newburg Rd., 
Louisville — 1 pm — Felix Wingfield 

March 1 6 — Rowan County High School, Morehead — 2 pm — 
Don Hardin 

March 17 — Elizabethtown High School, Elizabethtown — 
7 pm — Charles Joseph: Whitesburg High School Library, Whites- 
burg — 7 pm — Buddy Roe 

March 23 — Pulaski Co. High School, Somerset — 2 30 pm — 
Kenneth Ashley: Russell High School, Russell — 2 pm — Bob 
Crager: Rm 128 Smith Stadium, Western Ky. Univ., Bowling Green 

— 2 pm — James Mooneyhan 

March 31 — Hughes-Kirk High School, Beechmont — 7 pm — 
Jerry Kimmel 

April 4 — Paintsville High School, Paintsville — 7 pm — 
Douglas Butcher 



Supplementary List of Registered 
Wrestling Officials 1979-80 



If one telephone number is given for an official, it is the home 
phone unless otherwise designated. If two numbers are given, the 
first IS that of the home phone. 

Aaron, Wayne B , 610 Central Ave, S Williamson, WV 25661, 237- 

4662 
Aitken, Kenneth P , PC Box 795, Owingsville, 40360, 674-6897. 

674-6416 
Andes. David R , 9816 Meadow Vale Dr , Louisville, 40222. 425- 

6380. 625-4616 
Atkins. Michael Porter. 205 N Ins, Hopkinsville, 42240. 885-5478 
Beane. Dave P . 23 Linet Ave , Highland Heights, 41076, 635-7632, 

351-1700 X-225 
Cam, Denny J . 17 LaCresta Dr . Florence, 41042, 371-7689 
Carr, Joseph, 2400 Woodhill Apt 1-C, Lexington, 40509, 269-8209. 

258-2777 
Cattan. Joseph, 2697 Pennacook Rd., Louisville, 40214, 368-1194 
Colston, Donald A . 4412 Lees Lane. Louisville, 40216. 448-7086 
Davis, Arthur Edward Jr., 314 E. 16th St., Hopkinsville, 42240 
Gilfedder, Roy G. 2609 Amsterdam Rd, Villa Hills. 41016,341-7949 

681-1600 
Grisanti. Christopher John, 9108 Ky Ave . Louisville. 40291 . 239- 

7120 
Hawkins, Walter L., Sharon Acres, Clay, 42404, 664-2815. 639-5856 
Keeling, Ricky Joe, #48 Lakeview Subdivision, Ledbetter, 42058, 

898-7998 
Kessinger. William S , 114 East OffuttSt., Morganfield. 42437, 389- 

1444, 826-5000 
Kissel. Louis Steven, 3517 Canterbury Dr., Louisville, 40299, 267- 

4967, 582-1454 
Kluever, EmilK , 1 276 Lyndon Lane, Radcliff. 401 60, 351 -1381, 624- 

5155 



Martin. Donny. 201 Traylor St.. Princeton. 42445. 365-5417 
Miller, Randy. 521 E Mam St , Apt C7. Lexington. 40508, 233-1659, 

258-2777 
Morse. Richard K.Jr. 163N Deepwood, Radcliff. 401 60. 351-3748 
Moyer. Charles R . 36 Maple Ave , Highland Hgts. 41076, 441-0531. 

793-4000 
Payne, John E . 4601 Tween Rd., Louisville, 40207. 895-1635 
Rose. Roger. 804 Evans Drive. Middlesboro, 40965, 248-4156, 248- 

4318 
Salisbury. Mary H . 119 E 3rd St . Frankfort. 40601, 223-0748 
Schmdler, Jerry M . 2634 Lindsay Ave . Louisville. 40206, 893-5101, 

895-6239 
Sheeran, Paul A . 205 Cannons Ln . Louisville. 40206. 895-4973 
Stacy. Doyle M . Jr . 618 Kirsch Way. Fairdaie. 40118, 368-4549 
Starnes. Donald Scott. 206 Lewis Lane, #303. Newport. 41071.261- 

8209. 621-2886 
Swarner. Terry L . 1038 Britton Springs Rd , Clarksville. Tn 37040. 

648-3894, 798-3624 
Sykes. Bill, 206 Cardinal Lane. Princeton. 42445. 365-3300. 365- 

5615 
Todd. Timothy D . P O Box 518, Norlonville. 42442, 676-3694, 821- 

1600 
Trimble. Stephen A . Powell Addition. Van Lear. 41265, 789-4671 
Underdonk. Paul. Lot 33, Jefco Tr Pk . Radcliff. 40160, 351-8457 
Washington. Eugene C . 569-Freeman Dr . Lexington. 40505. 299- 

1688. 272-2411 X-242 
Welch. Steve C . 7306 Lora Drive. Louisville, 40214. 366-3674 
Whitacre, Marty L.. 557 E 4th St.. Newport, 41071, 491-6335, 241- 

4260 
Worsham. Gregory B . 31 Achates St . Florence. 41042. 371-4487 



Registered Volleyball 
Officials of the K.H.S.A.A. — 1979-80 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, it is the 
home phone unless otherwise designated If two numbers are 
given, the first is that of the home phone 

Baker. Janice F . 4008 Addison Ln., Shively, 40216. 447-6539. 945- 

2538 

Barre. Nancy J.. 717 Parkview Dr . Taylor Mill, 41015. 491-2128, 

781-3333 
Blair, Mary Gail, 152 Brandywine, Burlington. 41005, 586-5665, 

371-8656 
Brown. Barry. 330 Weil Lane. Nicholasville. 40356, 885-6657. 252- 

4902 
Brown. Ten J . 537 Rossford Ave . Ft Thomas. 41075, 781-0220, 

261-5922 
Caldwell, Linda S . 162 Clover Ridge. Ft. Thomas, 41075, 441-1626 
Connor. Ralph. 2902 Fleming Rd.. Middletown. 45042. 423-7508, 

425-7743 
Dingle. William A J Jr . 739 Bishop Drive, Lexington. 40505. 299- 

0812. 232-2023 
Moreland, Clare F . 54 Linwood, Erianger. 41018, 281-2260 
Morris. Lisa A., Route #2. Penbroke, 42266. 429-4078 
Mosler. Carol A . Northridge Apt S#21. 1597 Martha CI, Lexington, 

40505, 293-5261. 254-9257 
Osting, Bonnie B . 1221 Bates Ct. Louisville. 40204, 451 -2070, 451- 

7421 
Patterson. John T , 4826 Warbler Way, Louisville. 4021 3. 968-6720, 

582-5575 
Redmond, Sharon L . 230 Dav Jo Apt 1. Cold Spring. 41076. 781- 

0482, 635-4161 X-31 
Rogers, Eldridge, Route 7. Hopkinsville. 42240. 269-2234, 886-3921 
Romack. Jennifer L , 510 John s Hill Rd , Highland Heights, 41076 

292-5374 

Ryan. Brenda L. 510 Johns Hill Rd , Highland Heights 41076 

292-5374 
Scott. Garnet Ray, 218 Donna Dr . Hopkinsville. 42240 886-7522 

885-5355 
Thoman. Julie Ann, 6606 Bramble, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 271- 

4084, 292-5374 
Thompson, Beth B., 9809 Encino Ct , Louisville, 40223, 425-1368 

584-6145 
Troyer, Stephen R . 260 Larch Ln, Lexington, 40505, 252-2766 232- 

4817 
Turner. Susan. 406 Lyons Ave , Morehead. 40351, 784-6713 
Ward, Jimmy L , Box 185, Salt Lick. 40371. 683-5291, 783-3174 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1980 



1979 KAPOS TROPHY WINNERS 
State-At-Large Champion "Sweet 16" Champions 

Pikeville High School Lafayette High School 




(Front to Back) Leigh Ann Owens, Robin Trivette, 
Tanya Blevins, Mary Lynne Linton, Billie Branham, Donna 
Rattiff, Wendy Watkins, Laura Justice, Donna Thacker. 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 

Cheerleader and Sponsor Registration: All 
cheerleading squads and/or sponsors are asked to 
stop by the KAPOS table in Freedom Hall to; 

1. Register your squad 

2. Pick up important information and 
materials for you and your school. 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there will 
be high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. 
They can be identified by their hostess armbands. 
Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn they may 
seek you and your cheerleaders to be interviewed 
by one of the radio commentators. In order to make 
their task easier, we are asking that you register 
your seat, row and section number. A possible radio 
interview is often missed because the guides could 
not locate the desired person in time for the 
interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all sponsors 
and cheerleaders that KAPOS has a Hospitality 
Room located on the second level of Freedom Hall. 
We cordially invite you to have refreshments, 
socialize with friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps 
get help with your problems. 

"Sweet Sixteen" Cheerleading Squads: 
Attention Principals! If your team will be 
participating in the State Tournament, included in 
the packet sent to you by the KHSAA will be a letter 
pertaining to your cheerleading squad. Be sure to 
look for this and relay all information to your 
cheerleader sponsor. We request that your 
cheerleaders be chaperoned by a well qualified, 
school approved adult. Verification of this, along 
with your sponsor's name, must be contained in the 
letter of conformation which you will receive. This 
letter must be in the hands of a KAPOS officer prior 
to the time that your cheerleaders take the floor. 

Important! Please be sure that your school is a 



(Left to Right) Front Row: Anita Benson, Lynn 
Batchelar, Valerie Mattingly, Shelly Gorham, Martha 
Mitchell. Second Row: Camille Merchant, Jenny Ballard, 
Mary Ulmer, Lee Ann Stigers, Ruth Bartlett. 



paid member of KAPOS or pays the fee before their 
first game in order for your squad to com pete for the 
cheerleading awards in the State Tournament. The 
winners of these awards will be determined by use 
of the KAPOS Judging Sheet, a copy of which will 
also be included in the packet sent by the K.H.S.A.A. 
to the winners of the sixteen regions. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding 
cheerleading squads with the recognition they so 
well deserve. All cheerleader awards will be 
presented between games on Friday night of the 
State Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad will receive the 
Ted Sanford Trophy. The runner-up cheerleading 
squad will receive a trophy, with the third and fourth 
place squads being awarded plaques. In addition, 
the special K-Pep Award will be presented. All 
Tournament cheerleading squads and their 
sponsors are asked to be located close to the 
playing floor so they can easily come on the floor 
should they be called for an award. 

GOVERNOR BROWN DECLARES 
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be Good 
Sportsmanship Month, KAPOS has always tried to 
put special emphasis on being a good sport at 
tournament time. Being a good sport is part of being 
a good citizen. We don't believe that good citizens 
need to be reminded to exemplify good 
sportsmanship. However, it is especially fitting at 
tournament time to remind all citizens that it is a 
privilege to be able to attend the games and that 
each individual can contribute to the success of the 
tournament if he will abide by the KAPOS 
Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by Governor 
Brown. The Governor's proclamation is on display 
at the KAPOS table. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1980 



Page Five 



HIGHLANDS - CLASS AAA, DISTRICT I, REGION III, CHAMPION 

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1^4 "^"3""^ 












(Left to Right) Front Row: B. Stafford, J. Abner, G. Fangman, T. Groeschen, G. Ladd, B. Carr, M. Dunn, D. 
Reinermann, K. Riffe, G. Gosney, M. Rosenhagen, D. Bamforth. Second Row: M. Wildhaber, G. Bamforth, J. Kappesser S. 
Wtialey, B. Mallery, M. Herrmann, J. Fischer, M. Lehl<amp, J. Stieby, R. Peterson, G. Dunn, D. Sticldlng. Third Row: P. 
Edwards, K. Barrett, S. Belmont, M. Bradford, B. Fennel!, C. Stensel, M. Wildhaber, S. Roller, H. Johnson, J. Penrod, K. 
Abner, B. O'Hara. Fourth Row: S. Waldenmeyer, D. Losey, K. Edwards, C. Groeschen, J. Sexton, D. Meyer, T. Graeddert, 
D. Walkenhorst, T. Listerman, C. Davidson, W. Kelley, J. Arlinghaus. Fifth Row: T. Steltenkamp, B. Walz, J. Huenefeld, T. 
Francis, C. Connolly, K. Pabst, G. Hurd, J. Kappes, G. Losey, D. Morgan, J. Schiesler, D. Morgan. 



NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS In 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necessary to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. 

Again, w/e need judges and personnel to help at 
the tournament. This mvolves at least 12 to 15 
people. It is also backbreaking, tiresome work. 
However, we have many dedicated persons who 
have Indicated a willingness to help share these 
duties provided they get a release from their 
administrators. Therefore, the KAPOS board is 
seeking your understanding and cooperation 
should you be asked to release a teacher from her 
dutiestohelpcarry on the work that KAPOS is doing 
to make cheerleading a worthwhile educational 
experience in the State of Kentucky. 

STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is annually given to cheerleading 
squads other than those sixteen fortunate enough 
to participate with their teams in the State 
Tournament. The winner will receive the Jane 
Meyer trophy, while the runner-up will receive a 
trophy. Plaques will be given to the third and fourth 
place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that 
are KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for 
the honor of representing their district in the 
KAPOS Reg ion-At-Large cheerleading 
competition. The winner and runner-up of each 



district will progress to the region. In turn, the 
winner and runner-up from each region is allowed 
to compete for the title of State-At-Large 
Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the State-At-Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 A.M. on Thursday, March 27, and 
at 8:30 A.M., Friday, March 28, in the Atherton High 
School Gymnasium, 3000 Dundee, Louisville. The 
public is invited to this outstanding event. The 
admission charge of $1.00 per person will go toward 
the expenses of the KAPOS scholarship award, 
details of which are supplied below. We are grateful 
to the administrators of Atherton for their 
generosity in opening the doors of their school to us 
for this competitive event. We trust that they will 
have no cause to fault our behavior. All cheerleaders 
and guest will be expected to be remindful that they 
are guests in the "home" of Atherton High School. 

At the conclusion of the judging, trophies will 
be awarded to the top four squads, in addition to 
several special awards. 



STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the Stella S. 
Gilb Scholarship to an outstanding and well- 
deserving cheerleader from Kentucky. One of your 
cheerleaders may be a potential scholarship winner, 
so get your applications in early. Applications must 
be turned in no later than April 15. Write a KAPOS 
officer for application forms, or pick them up at the 
State Tournament KAPOS table. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1980 



UNION COUNTY - CLASS AAA, DISTRICT 2, REGION I, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. J. Greenwell, J. Caudill, A. Stone, J. Calloway, S. Hina, V. Sheridan, C. Voss, D. 
Gatten, R. Collins, S. Heine, J. Courtney, R. Turner, T. Davis, J. Deibler, Mgr. L. Ricks. Second Row: F. Paris, T. Shirel, T. 
Tucker, M. Wadlingfon, R. Shelter, R. Farmer, J. Hicks, B. Butts, D. Garrett, N. Sosh, B. Weather, T. Heine, M. 
Cunningham. Third Row: S. Moore, D. Lovell, G. Chambliss, D. Hina, D. Walker, S. Wesley, M. Coffman, S. Chambliss, S. 
Shaver, T. Joiner, R. Wedding, R. Wade, J. Ricks, D. Freer, J. Smith. 

LESLIE COUNTY - CLASS AAA, DISTRICT 1, REGION IV, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: G. Wells, G. Asher, C. Begley, M. Davidson, D. Scott, W. Blevins, J. Feltner, B. Hubbned, D. 
Mosley, S. Marcum, S. Crisp. Second Row: W. Baker, J. Holbrook, H. Turner, T. Morgan, G. Maggard, H. Hayes, D. Couch, 
L. Horton, S. Roberts R. Asher, B. Kilburn. Third Row: J. Maggard, W. Maggard, J. Mosley, T. Farmer, R. Farler, H. 
Kemper, B. Vanover, W. Balleu, L. Coots, W. Westerfield, C. Howard. Fourth Row: Mgr. T. Chappel, D. Stidham, J. 
Crawford, T. Maggard, D. Bowling, E. Whitaker, B. Huff, T. Watkins, M. Whitaker, B. Hosklns. 

IROQUOIS HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAAA 
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT 3, CHAMPION 






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(Left to Right) Front Row: L. James, T. Marion, G. Swanson, J. Smith, D. Anthony, R. Shontee, C. Burton, J. Brim, T. 
Probus, R. Anthony, S. Shaw, M. Schulten, Mgr. Second Row: M. Duff, B. Calhoun, S. Childers, P. Ellis, J. Vandeveer, R. 
Quill, E. McDaniel, C. 3rock, T. Rayburn, S. Anthony, D. Payton, G. Dedmon, K. Frazier, D. Childers, B. Densford. Third 
Row: C. Coleman, C. Rawlings, C. Roberts, J. Caise, M. Calvert, D. James, P. Flanery, F. Wright, D. James, E. Wilson, B. 
McBride, S. Maier. D. Rumsey, S. Herring. Back Row: G. Henderson, M. Coleman, C. Baker, T. Bryant, R. Vaughn, W. 
Streible, D. Robinson, T. Allen, C. Edwards, D. Hatfield, D. Norwood, D. Kidwell, B. Hebel, J. Morrow, T. Bardin. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1980 



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BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS AAAA STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Manley, C. Alcon, J. Chilton, B. Thompson, D. Lucas, C. Johnson, B. Stamp, P. Martin, 
G. Bray, D. Burton, D. Wolford, T. Cecil, Second Row: B. IVIayes, J. Stoops, S. Lutz, C. Pressley, T. Warren, R. Pickerell, M. 
Doty, A. Crowe, D. Kannapel, J. Poole, D. Weaver, P. Sinnock, Third Row: K. Curry, L. Sinnock, W. IVIink, T. Niemann, C. 
Sharpe, J. Harris, IVI. Ringo, G. Thornton, G. Vogel, G. Johnston, J. Puryear, IVI. Slavey, P. Epperson, C. Adams, B. Adams. 



Butler 21 Manual 7 

Butler 41 Pleasure Ridge Park 8 

Butler 20 Westery 6 

Butler 28 Valley 

Butler 6 Stuart 



Butler 40 Shawnee 6 

Butler 21 Male 

Butler 40 Southerns 

Butler 21 Bishop David 

Butler 26 Doss 14 



PLAYOFFS 

Butler 16 St. Xavier 6 

Butler 14 Iroquois 7 

Butler 7 Trinity 

Butler 21 Henry Clay 7 



HENRY CLAY - CLASS AAAA RUNNER-UP 




(Left to Right) Front Row: E. Freeman, L. Phillips, G. Cowans, S. Travis, T. McDonald, T. Beauchamp, A. Scully, T. 
Anders, J. Collins, J. Rapchak. Second Row: W. Thomas, T. Bickel, H. Adams, P. Davis, R. Garr, F. Bickel, B. Briebert, J. 
Wood, D. Burke, J. Gay. Third Row: D. Wilhite, K. Hostin, C. Harris, D. Stephens, J. Adams, T. Adams, T. Jones, C. 
Canada, K. Suter, J. Anderson, P. Chenault. Fourth Row: M. Whittenton, H. Williams, J. Mcintosh, R. Wilkins, K. Schmidt, 
S. Warren, B. Coleman, D. Considine, T. Cornett, F. Hare. Fifth Row: J. Lewis, B. Cornett, H. Stevens, M. Smith, D. Lowe, 
T. Cobb, T. Duncan, S. McDonald, C. Smith, L. Kessinger, A. Stevenson. Sixth Row: A. Cormney, D. Mcintosh, T. Rawlins, 
P. Thomas, V. Marion, B. Ogger, R. Leslie, A. Roark, M. Cornett, D. Buckle. Seventh Row: R. Wuest, R. Leslie, K. Dickey, A. 
Fergerson, J. Powers, J. Maynard, S. Sewell, D. Kappeler, D. Garica, G. Gabbard, D. Brown. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1980 



BULLITT CENTRAL - CLASS AAAA DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Tucker, T. VanVactor, F. Loyd, G. Martin, K. Atwood, B. Davis, D. Blanton, R. Shepherd, 
T. Seidf, E. Thacker, E. Richardson, E. Maraman. Second Row: R. Larimore, M. Davis, B. Price, K. Heath, S. Goad, M. 
IVIcMasters, J. Rhule, S. Koch, R. Goad, M. ly^anns, P. Sadler, W. Patton, K. Gaines, D. Brown, K. Vincent, J. Sellers, T. Ray, 
D. Johnson. Third Row: T. Armstrong, G. Cundiff, M. Eldrldge, R. Payne, S. Starkey, P. Armstrong, 8. Deeley, C. 
Fehrman, S. Franke, L. Hunt, G. VanHoozer, T. Vinings, T. Smith, J. Owen, G. Goble, C. Cornell. Fourth Row: R. Powell, D. 
Hendren, K. Peacock, C. Swearingen, R. Masden, D. Dolson, B. Larimore, D. Shofner, R. Smith, D. McDonald, J. 
Barbagallo, S. Gleason, J. Shaffer, M. Kirkman, G. Vickery, R. Rednour, L. Greathouse. 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: R. Cyrus, J. Alcorn, K. Kirshner, T. Chaney, D. Chaney, W. Black, B. McCormick, J. Sisler, 
Mgr. C. Crum. Second Row: K. Collinsworth, J. Powers, T. Strassburg, D. Boyd, W. Johnson, C. Smith, C. Viars, R. 
Johnson, D. Bayes, S. Scott. Third Row: J. Reed, S. McAllister, V. Jones, M. Meade, J. Boyd, R. Games, S. Griffith, S. 
Tussey, K. Badget, L. Smith. Fourth Row: R. McCarty, R. Stapleton, E. Pennington, C. Williams, R. Conway, M. Finfrock, 
T. Hill, L. Rice, L. Hilton, J. Smith. Fifth Row: J. Walden, A. Snider, B. Mollet, J. Bradley, J. Stevens, M. Nichols, B. Collier, 
J. Hicks, T. Friley, L. Alexander. Sixth Row: Asst. Coach Heaberlen, Asst. Coach Grizzle, Asst. Coach Roden brock, Head 
Coach Gregory, Asst. Coach Renfroe, Asst. Coach Lester, Asst. Coach Wulf, Trainer D. Bayes. 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: B. Schmied, G. Puckett, F. Hina, L. Vanover, D. Putnam, D. Swanagan, J. Rummage, C. 
Wenzler, A. McHenry, B. Moss, M. Browning. Second Row: Asst. Coach D. Nance, Mgr. T. Lighten, E. Peach, B. Nash, E. 
Ford, G. Miller, S. James, C. Main, J. Cos, E. James, B. Gray, B. Winkle, W. Griggs, AssL Coach L. Moore, Asst. Coach B. 
Whitmer. Third Row: Coach D. Netoskie, Mgr. T. Anderson, Mgr. Bryan Netoskie, B. Williams, S. Loucks, D. Bissmeyer, R. 
Alexander, T. Hocker, T. Johnson, T. Aaron, M. McFarland, P. Jarvis, D. Houston, B. Smith, Asst. Coach J. Farris, Asst. 
Coach E. Van Hoose, Asst. Coach D. Schmied. Fourth Row: D. Edds, J. Hall, J. Hall, D. Manion, B. Phillips, J. Ruth, D. 
Posey, W. Morton, B. Wilson, C. Riley, T. James, B. Nurse, J. McFarland, T. Thompson, R. Sutherland, J. Somerville, P. 
Clancy. 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: B. Richards, K. Parrish, T. Hagan, M. Wimsatt, T. Sears, M. (-lasting, T. Caderette, T. Hester, 
J. Speed, R. Fante, M. Jarboe, B. Sowell, D. Bratcher, M. Hatchett, Second Row: B. Tallent, J. Fox, S. Russell, S. Phillips, 
H. Hardin, J. Wright, R. Sewell, B. Sizemore, D. Dillman. J. Summers, T. Bruce, G. Elswick, K. White, M. Davenport, Third 
Row: J. Soeder, L. Gonzales, W. Adams, T. Adams, C. Graham, J. Allgeier, J. Hatchett, R. McMlllian, J. Smith, R. Bopner, 
M. French, J. Fox, H. Toriens. Fourth Row: C. Hagan, D. Clemens, R. Chesser. 



TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAAA 
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT 4, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Coach D. Lampley, J. Welch, B. Weber, D. Harpring, D. Burry, P. Dykal, L. Cristofoli, P. 
Brooks, Coach R. Gruneisen. Second Row: S. Lusardo, D. Lewis, J. Fultz. B. Walters, M. Stein, T. Billon, C. Hartung, T. 
McConnell, D. Conway. Third Row: Coach D. Moore, M. Watson, C. Roehrig, L. Raidt, D. Bramer, J. Tingle, J. McMillan, J. 
Thomas, M. Donnelly, T. Turnery, B. Catlett, Coach D. Brohm. Fourth Row: P. Chandler, T. HargI, B. Barth, G. Hancock, 
K. Liebert, B. Queenan, P. Kazunas, J. Graf, M. Schmitt, B. Otero, D. Thompkins. Fifth Row: Coach H. Joyce, J. Owens, T. 
Housum, R. French, M. Hall, L. Hester, T. Waltrip, M. Frederick, J. Tingle, M. Atzinger, P. Schoenbachler, D. Spinelli, S. 
Braun, Coach C. Weining. Sixth Row: M. Havill, C. Krawiec, B. Williams. T. Flesch, S. Conti, D. Perkins, K. Schoen, T. 
Cecil, M. Mays, D. McMillan, T. Portale. Seventh Row: Coach R. Volz, B. Blocker, T. Brossart, S. Sears, J. Walsh, M. Smith, 
D. Hummel, K. Martin, B. Fox, S. Parrott, J. House, B. Woods, K. Netherton, C. Karem, K. Halbhin, Coach Joe Fowler. 



Supplementary List of 
Registered Basketball Officials 

Cont. from January Athlete 

Platek. Stanley Frank, 3482 Misty Creek Dr , Erlanger, 41018. 331- 

8722, 684-8337 
Polly, Rex, P O Box 181, Mayking, 41837, 633-9774, 633-2223 
Ponctiot, Joseph C . 3387 Appletree, Erlanger, 41018, 342-6932, 

342-6400 
Porter, David L., 426 N Broadway, Georgetown, 40324, 863-0828 
Prater, Arthur 'Corky', 617 Fairland Dr., Vanceburg. 41179, 796- 

2985 
Prater, Jack D,, PC Box 262, Vanceburg, 41179, 796-3058 
Preece. Gary Lynn, Box 945, Paintsville, 41240, 789-5014 
Prichard, Glen W , Warfield, 41467. 393-3250. 235-2800 
Pruitt. Gregory, D., Rt. 1, Box 45, Clinton, 42031, 653-6438, 236- 

2535 
Purwin, John C , Rt, 13, Minnie Way, Bowling Green, 42101, 842- 

8540, 842-7302 
Quasi, John H , 1056 Alpine Ct.. Independence, 41051 
Racke, Jerry W, 204 Washington St., Alexandria. 41001, 635-2446 

635-4161 



Radjunas, Ed, 3407 Slem St., Ashland, 41101, 324-1843, 324-3137 
Radiunas, John B . Rt. 1, Box 396, Mt. Sterling, 40353, 498-4830. 

498-2250 
Ragsdale. Randy R , 1733 Harold Avenue, Louisville, 40210, 778- 

1387, 447-0664 
Rams, Everett Paul, Rt 4, Box 922, Williamsburg, 40769, 549-0240, 

549-0100 
Rail, Edward W . 510 Perkins Ave . Danville. 40422. 236-8929, 236- 

5464 
Ralston, Jerry Wallae, Box 1 54, Munfordville, 42765, 524-3388, 524- 

9341 
Ramey, Gary, Route 1, Salt Lick, 40371, 683-2821. 674-6325 
Randolph. Woody, Route 2, Box 392A. Stanford, 40484, 272-0214 
Ransdell, Douglas Ray, Box 272, Camp Ernst Rd,, Burlington. 

41005, 586-7155, 371-6430 
Rappold, Allen D , 3507 Haywood Cir , Erlanger, 41018, 331-9195, 

771-4200 X-236 
Ray, Mark S , Rt #2, Box 327-4. Vine Grove. 40175, 877-2778 
Raybourne, Pat, 616 Cardiff Lane, Lexington, 40503. 277-1618 
Raymer, Don L.. Rt. 2. Hillerest Rd,, Bowling Green, 42101, 781- 

2076, 843-9041 
Read, Ray V , 221 2 Belmont Dr , Owensboro, 42301, 784-4323. 526- 

3753 



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Reader, Robert N , 8101 Nancy Lane, Louisville, 40258, 935-6296, 

772-3661 X-3218 
Reagan, Jerry L., P.O. Box 32, Gamaliel, 42140, 457-3422 
Redle, Joel E., 6504 Sherlock Way, Louisville, 40228, 239-7955, 

452-4902 
Reeves, David B.. 710 Highland Ave., Ft. Thomas, 41075,781-2867, 

733-2010 
Reffitt, Tommy E , Rt 3, Owingsville, 40360, 674-2822, 674-6270 
Reif, Harry, Rt , 1, Box 242, Campbellsville, 42718, 465-7343, 465- 

8389 
Reinle, Ronnie, Route »1, Box 174, Coxs Creek, 40013, 348-8100, 

348-8863 
Revis. David G , 309 Summitt Or , Campbellsville. 42718, 465- 

2385 
Rhodes, Cecil, PC Box 291, Barbourville, 40906, 546-4777 
Rhodes, Warren, Millers Crk , Rd Box 460, Pikeville, 41501, 427- 

6802, 432-2945 
Rhodus, Harry D., 1805 Barwick Or , Lexington. 40505, 299-9177, 

232-2520 
Rice, Tim, Rt. 1, Box 42, Betsy Layne, 41605, 478-5368 
Rice, Willard S , 521 N Mantle, Elizabethtown. 42701, 765-7509, 

765-7508 
Rich, Dennis W , Rt. #2, Salem Cr. Rd , Crittenden, 41030, 485-4578, 

371-8575 
Richardson, Bob, Route 1, Slaughters, 42456, 884-7248, 664-2653 
Rife, Gary Lee, L500 Bellefonle Rd . Flatwoods, 41139. 836-2671, 

329-3333 X-8857 
Rigsby. Bill E , R R 3 Country Side Or , Lancaster, 40444, 792-3900, 

236-6267 
Riley, Jeffrey L , 216 Rosewood Dr , Bardstovi^n, 40004, 348-3114, 

637-9818 
Riley, Robert Allan, 109 D|eddah Dr , Lawrenceburg, 40342, 839- 

6608, 839-3061 
Riley, Tim Ray. Route »14, Box 225. Bowling Green, 42101, 843- 

6100 
Ringstaff, Roy G , R R #2 Box 44-A, Burna, 42028, 988-3183, 395- 

4156 
Ritchie, William H. 6805 Jumper Ct , Louisville, 40291, 239-2572 
Ritter, Tommy, Black Gold Rd., Sweeden, 42285, 286-4377 
Roaden, Lonnie, Rt 2, Mt Vernon, 40456, 453-2851 
Roark. David W , Rt 4, Box 2A, Barbourville. 40906. 546-6174, 546- 

8523 
Robinson, Larry Gene. Rt 40 Davis Brach. Paintsville, 41240. 789- 

4840 
Robinson, Mary H.. 1 100 Williams St , Flatwoods, 41139. 836-4330. 

836-8135 
Robinson, Ted. 2918 Fields Avenue. Flatwoods. 41139. 836-6772, 

329-1722 
Robinson, Thomas G . Rt 2. Box 97B, Pans, 40361,987-7659, 266- 

3281 
Roesel, Joseph F, 945 Collins Rd, Villa Hills. 41 01 7, 331-1880, 292- 

4242 
Rogers, Eldridge. Route 7. Hopkinsville. 42240, 269-2234, 886- 

3921 
Rousey, James P , Box 5. Danville, St , Hustonville, 40437, 346- 

4028 
Ruark, Mark J., 121 Maplelawn St , Hopkinsville. 42240. 886-3413. 

759-1029 
Russell. William Clement. 1734 Deer Park Ave.. Louisville. 40205. 

451-4171. 367-6411 
Ryan. Clifford W.. Box 367, Prestonsburg. 41653, 886-1076, 886- 

8681 
Ryan, Donald Kevin. 9410 Doral Ct t>5. Louisville. 40220, 499-9120, 

584-7371 
Starner. Donald C . 1030 Harmony Landing Rd . Prospect. 40059. 

228-4712. 776-4651 
Stephens. B. J.. Box 172. Mayking, 41837. 633-0011. 633-9964 
Stephenson. Harry S., 1612 Hawthorne. Lexington. 40505. 299- 

1757. 233-8221 
Stethen. James E , Box 134. Bedford. 40006. 255-3285. 265-4717 
Stethen. Mike. Rt 2. Bedford. 40006. 255-7798. 347-5785 
Stevens. William Terry. 906 Mary Sue. Flatwoods, 41 139, 836-2579 
Stevenson, Michael G . Russellviile. 42276, 726-9453, 782-1000 

Ext -269 
Stewart, William J.. Route 4, Box 150 A, Smith Grove. 42171. 678- 

2956. 651-8005 
Stikeleather, Clyde L., 730 School St., Leitchfield, 42754, 259-3885, 

259-3161 
Stoker, Steven B., 11 Vice Ln.. Burlington, 41005. 586-7290. 684- 

3517 
Stokes, Cubb R . 503 Moulton St.. Hickman. 42050. 236-3712, 236- 

2568 
Stokes. Tommy G.. Box 264. Sacramento, 42372, 736-2956. 338- 
0251 



Stone. Kenneth W.. 17 Holliday Ct . Henderson, 42420, 826-9336 
Stone, Sidney P , 318 E. Waller, Morganfeld. 42437. 389-3962. 389- 

1531 
Story. John B.. 3450 Winthrop Dr . Lexington. 40503. 278-8726, 

272-4511 
Strain, Richard P . Rt 2. Pinewood Dr , Radcliff. 40160. 351-4306, 

624-2214 
Straus. William W , 121 ToddsRd, #47. Lexington, 40509, 269-4787 
Stong, Charles E , 5417 Dannyboy Ln , Louisville, 40214, 366-1060 
Studle, Ronald O , R 3. Box 18 Knobview Shelbyville, 40065. 633- 

5036, 582-4744 
Sullivan, Dan L , 132 Donnelly Dr., Ft. Thomas, 41075. 781-0897. 

491-1125 
Swope. Tom, 645 S O Fallon, Bellevue, 41073, 291-0323 
Szczapinski, Larry, PO Box 84, 563-4338 
Szyper, Richard T.. 9210 Walter Rd . Louisville, 40291. 239-0676. 

361-2605 
Tarry, W R -Bud" Glasgow, 42141, 678-2539, 427-2611 
Taylor, Bill, 7307 Meadow Rd., Crestwood, 40014, 241-9301, 

222-0485 
Taylor. Carl D., 3010 Belhaven Dr . Russell, 41169, 836-5101, 329- 

2288 
Taylor, Donald D Sr , 1594 Belmar Dr., Louisville. 40213. 454-0979. 

637-6511 X-35 
Taylor. Edward D , Box 695. Martin. 41649. 886-6830 
Thomas. Ben. 151 Todds Rd . Apt. 480. Lexington. 40509. 266-1 760. 

255-7180 
Thomas, Billy G , 10903 Torrington. Rd . Louisville. 40272. 937- 

8372. 367-3461 
Thomas, Bobby, General Delivery, Pinetop. 41843, 642-3988, 

432-9255 
Thomas, Durward C , Rt 4, Box 341 , Central City, 42330, 754-5766, 

338-2796 
Thomas, John O Jr., 109 Cooper Dr , Lebanon, 40033, 692-4018, 

336-7367 
Thomas, Leonard A , 1213 Carter Ave., Ashland, 41101. 324-0586. 

329-7441 
Thomas, Michael A, 1 1 1 Patterson Ct., Campbellsville. 42718. 465- 

7577. 465-2877 
Thompson. David L., General Delivery, Clay, 42404, 664-6372, 

664-2429 
Thompson, Gary, Route 1, Mt Sterling, 40353, 498-2632, 232-7218 
Thompson, Gerald D., 4200 Cottage Hill Rd , Louisville, 491-0198, 

588-1301 
Thompson, Jerry W.. 1932 Mt. Vernon Dr.. Ft. Wright. 41011, 

341-1932 
Thompson, Joe, 468 Spring St , Mt. Sterling, 40353, 498-2479, 498- 

2660 
Thompson, Robert E . Rt. 1. Box 709 T, Pikeville, 41501, 432-5103. 

478-5565 
Thompson, Ronald, Box 135. Raccoon, 41557, 437-7954, 631-1097 
Thompson, Thomas A., 2504 Larkin Rd , Lexington. 40504. 277- 

1769, 564-7996 
Thompson, Tom D , 97 Carran Drive, Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 341-1809, 

292-4034 
Thomson, Cecil W, 3310 Lewis Lane, Owensboro, 42301, 684- 

4962, 926-3200 X-263 
Thornberry, Cecil Brice, Rt 3, Box 560-A, Ashland, 41101, 325- 

8603, 739-4181 

Thornberry, Gary Edward, Rt 2, Box 368A, Lawrenceburg, 40342, 

829-6434, 839-6100 
1 

Thornsberry, Ricky, P O Box 67, Bevinsville, 41606, 452-4424 
Ticknor, W G., 302 Lansdowne, Grayson, 41143, 474-4789 
Tindall, Clifford, 721 MacDonald Rd., Fairdale, 40118. 361-2953 
Tinsley, Marion F , Box 447, Central City, 42330, 754-3608. 754- 

4870 
Tohver. Jerry L . P.O. Box 162, Frenchburg, 40322. 768-2804. 768- 

2347 
Trapp. Charles W . 34 Trapp Court. Alexandria. 41001. 635-9250. 

564-7183 
Tucker, Charles N , 404 Locust St , Vine Grove, 40175, 877-5230, 

624-8230 
Tucker. Joseph P , 4 Beemon Lane. Floreence. 41042, 525-1886, 

242-4343 
Tucker, Phillip A., Star Rt., Box 57E. East Point, 41216, 886-6067. 

437-7311 
Turner. Keenan V.. Box 720, Somerset, 42501, 423-3624, 679-6361 
Turner. Michael E . Quicksand. 41363, 666-7897, 666-7775 
Turner, Susan, 406 Lyons Ave., Morehead. 40351, 784-6713 
Turpin, Donald W., 3279 Bowie, Lexington, 40502, 272-2310, 259- 

1331 
Turpin, Ronald D.. 3432 Simcoe Ct., Lexington, 40502, 266-1827, 

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Tuttle. John W . Rt 6, Box 109, Ashland. 41 101, 928-5279, 325-4706 
Tuttle, Walter E III, 1053 Patricia Lane. Lexington, 40511, 255- 

6960. 254-3321 
Tyree. Preston M,, Rt. 8, Box 114, Richmond, 40475. 623-8564, 623- 

2264 
Upchurch, Daniel Edwin, 216 Public Square. Columbia, 42728, 

384-5821. 384-4147 
Uriage, Richard, 822 Highland Ave , Ft Thomas, 41075, 441-5513, 

874-8820 
Vaden, James M,, Route 6, Box 575, Paducah, 42001, 554-0303, 
Vance, Hunter, 214 Robin Road. Bowling Green. 42101, 842-3595, 

842-3595 
Vance, Tammy Sue, Box 332. Pine Top. 41843, 642-3823, 432-2672 
Vanhoose, Charles K. 2310 Sycamore St.. Catlettsburg. 41129, 

739-4574. 739-4166. X-8857 
Van Hooser, Phillip. Route #3. Princeton. 42445. 759-1403 
Vanouer. J W., Jackhorn, 41825. 855-7049. 633-2168 
Vanover. Larry W . 820 Malabur Dr , #313. Lexington. 40502. 276- 

1068. 233-4141 
Vanover. Tommy. Box 241, Neon, 41840, 855-7878 
Vaughn, Ronald B , 1626 Lee Dr , Henderson, 42420, 826-6820 
Vaught. Marvin W , 107 Starlit Dr.. Somerset. 42501, 679-1853. 679- 

7341 
Vincent. Gary L., Route I, Box 354, Mayfield, 42066, 247-3198 
Vincent, Jack, P,0 Box 144, Upton, 42784, 369-8800 
Vinson, Ray T,, 610 Osage Ave,. Campbellsville. 42718. 789-1621 
Vories, Dick, 39 E Kimberly, Ft. Thomas, 41075. 781-1391, 771-6040 
Vories, Gary, 1 Goetz Dr , Cold Spring, 41076, 441-0540. 388-2000. 

X-2789 
Votaw. Tony R . 219 Southport Dr . Lexington. 40503. 276-1357, 

232-2691 
Wade, Charles O . 453A 8th Ave . Ft Knox. 40121. 624-7193. 624- 

6525 
Wade. Kent. 358 Bob-O-Lin Dr.. Lexington, 40503. 276-4118. 255- 

0835 
Wade. Sharon Anne, 123 Barberry Lane, Bardstown. 40004, 348- 

2335, 692-2256 
Wages. Robert P , 779 Crimson Dr . Worthmgton. 41183,836-4862, 

523-0181 
Wagoner. James A,. 16 Charter Oaks Dr , Louisville, 40222, 

426-5734. 222-9461 
Wagoner, Terry D . Skyline Trailer Park. Bowling Green. 42101, 

542-4333 
Wallace. Kevin. M , Route 7, Box 82, Bowling Green, 42101, 563- 

4756 
Wallen, Wendell L . Box 264, Allen. 41601. 874-9985. 874-2512 
Wallenfelsz. David E , P.O, Box 453. Flatwoods. 41139. 836-5422. 

836-9650 
Warfield. Jerry. 104 Winn Dr . Leitchfield. 42754. 259-5775, 259- 

3235 
Washington, Darryl, Box 274, Evarts, 40828, 837-2189 
Washnock, Richard L , 43 Huckleberry Lane, Ft Mitchell, 41017, 

331-1617, 727-1555 
Watkins, Jesse Taylor, Hardinsburg, 40143, 756-2216 
Watson, Dave. Route 2. Box 154. Wallingford, 41093. 783-3455. 

876-3087 
Watson. Neil Stanton. Box 64. Garrett. 41630. 358-4351, 377-6640 
Webb, Randy Joe, 302 Graves Ave., Winchester, 40391. 744-4141 
Weber. Thomas C. 5809 Brandywyne Ct . Louisville, 40291. 239- 

5066, 426-6020 
Webster, Norman E , Route 2, Cedar Dale Dr.. Morgantown. 42261 . 

526-3997 
Weihe. Robert J , 1897 Princeton Dr , Louisville. 40205, 459-6397, 

776-4651 X-260 
Winel, Timothy W,. 9358 Cardinal Ct.. Blue Ash. Ohio. 45242. 793- 

5444, 241-4554 
Welch, Eddie L., 618 Winslow St., Carrollton, 41008, 732-6894, 732- 

4346 
Welscher, Michael G., 3602 Wheeler Ave.. Louisville. 40215, 366- 

4746, 634-1511 X-348 
Westerman. Carol. 12 River Hill, Louisville, 40207, 895-1055 
Weyer, James G., 42 Scenic View Dr.. Ft Thomas, 41075. 781-2220, 

491-1125 
Wheatley. William L,. Route 1-B, Springfield, 40069, 336-9918, 692- 

6622 
Wheeler, Lou S,, 10009 Merioneth Dr , Louisville. 40299, 267-4463. 

584-6193 
Wheeler, Milton L,, Route 1, Bradfordsville, 40009, 692-2876. 336- 

7764 
Whicker, Alan Reed, Martin. 41649, 285-9403. 377-2411 X-45 
Whitaker, Charles W, St Rt. 1, Box 122, Jackson. 41339.666-2101, 

666-7581 X-50 



White, William L , R5, Box 483, Manchester, 40962, 598-6382, 598- 

2194 
Whitmer, Phillip, Rt 1, Providence, 42450, 667-5734, 821-1600 
Whitt, Mike, Box 37, North Matewan, 25688. 426-8010, 235-8501 
Whittaker. Wallace E . /"13 Gordon Ave,, Bowling Green, 42101. 

781-2029, 847-7302 
Whittemore, Jackie D , R R 3, Berea, 40403 986-9187, 624-1240 
Wibbels, Jerry D,, 3016 Eagle Pass, Louisville, 40217, 637-8895, 

459-5900 
Wilferd, Shirley C , Rt 8, Box 15, Murray, 42071, 753-3043 753- 

1222 
Williams. Becky. 6508 Southside Drive. Louisville. 40214, 367- 

6686 
Williams. Bobby G . Box 364. Sonora. 42776. 369-7050. 862-3003 
Williams, Buford W , Jr , 2277'.- Old Mill Stream Ln., Snepherds- 

ville. 40165. 543-4632. 543-7021 
Williams. Donald L . R#4. Shelbyville. 40065. 633-3846. 845-2888 
Williams, Gary L , 212 Hillview Dr , Shelbyville, 40065, 633-6029, 

897-9481 
Williams, Gregory M . Rt 9, Box 117. Paducah. 42001. 898-3749. 

898-6243 
Williams. James A . 112 Green Street. Horse Cave. 42749. 786- 

2867. 758-2214 X-35 
Williams, Laffoon C , 2735 Zion Rd,, Henderson, 42420, 827-9720, 

521-7811 X-302 
Williams, Roger, 404 Bond SI . Richmond, 40475, 623-3126, 623- 

2416 
Williams, Roland Eugene, 2225 Elm Crest Ave., Bardstown, 40004. 

348-5433. 348-5913 
Williams. Terry L. 2019 Blvd Napoleon. Louisville. 40205. 459- 

6136. 587-5769 
Williamson. Kenneth R . 976 Highland Ave . Jackson. 41339, 666- 

7709. 666-7454 
Wilson. Kenneth H . Box 114. Livermore. 42352. 278-5187. 278- 

2327 
Wilson, Paul A , Irvington. 40146. 547-6655, 547-2971 
Wilson. Plomer C . Jr . Rt 4. Box M-R45. Shelbyville. 40065. 633- 

5366, 477-2201 
Wilson, William Bruce. P.O Box 296. Burnside, 42519, 679-5958, 

679-2831 
Winfrey, Shelby, 315 Sharon Dr , Campbellsville. 42718, 465-8392. 

465-5502 
Wise. Gaila A.. 1524 Arling Ave,. Louisville. 40215. 363-4503 
Wise. Gary L,. 461 Lenney Dr., Lexington, 40503, 272-8013, 257- 

0741 
Witt, Bob, Rt 1. Bondville, 40308, 865-4283. 252-7518 
Wolfe, Dennis R , 1706 Woodburn Ave, Covington, 41018, 431- 

6425, 579-7785 
Wood, Gary Lee, 227 E Jackson St , Georgetown, 40324, 863-4569, 

863-2393 
Woosley. Darrell, P O Box 55, Phelps, 41553, 456-8248 
Woosley, Donald R , 604 N. 39th St., Louisville, 40212, 776-2940 
Wooten, Danny R , R1, Box 263, Glasgow, 42141, 678-5653 
Wooten, Ronnie R , 104 Elsie St , Glasgow, 42141, 651-5755, 678- 

4283 
Wooton, George B,, 96 S. Rosemont, Providence, 42450, 667-2932, 

557-7007 
Wortham, Steve, 513 Balmoral, Elizabethtown, 42701, 765-6253, 

737-5636 
Wright, Gary L., Box 341. Hardinsburg. 40143. 756-5881. 756-2140 
Wright, Jim, Rt #1, Oxford Rd , Georgetown. 40324. 863-3628, 232- 

7685 
Wright, Robert T , 216 Center St., Florence, 41042, 371-3361 
Wright, Roy Cable, Box 14, Salt Lick, 40371, 683-2801. 247-2621 
Wyatt. Tony David. R5 #1. Brooksville, 41004, 747-5399 
Yancey, Delbert L , R R «7, Box 51, Shelbyville, 40065, 633-6825 

633-1478 
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6000 X 233 
Yelton. Nick A.. 609 East 21st Street. Covington, 41014, 491-7859, 

292-4270 
Yeoman, George T., 6702 Green Meadow Ct., Louisville, 40207, 

895-4003, 367-3268 
Young, Tony W , 107 Churchill Drive, Campbellsville, 42718, 465- 

2769, 465-8121 
Yussman, Maury A., 2800 Rockhaven, Louisville, 40220, 452-1492, 

458-3281 
Zachem, John, 1618 Meadowthorpe Ave . Lexington. 40505, 259- 

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Official Organ of ttie 
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VOL. XLII— NO. 8 



MARCH, 1980 



$1.00 Per Year 



IN MEMORIAM 




John G. Heber 

John George Heber (1895-1980) long time 
coach and athletic director at Lexington's Henry 
Clay High School, died February 11, 1980 in a 
Lexington hospital following a stroke. 

Mr. Heber was a graduate of the University of 
Kentucl<y, where he was an All-Southern end on the 
football team and a member of the baseball team. 
For many years he did the public address of the 
Kentucky football games when the Wildcats home 
games were played on old Stoll Field. 

In 1923 he began his long coaching career at 
old Lexington Senior High School, but most of his 
coaching years were at Henry Clay High School, 
when it was located on East Main Street. I n 1 954 the 
school renamed their athletic field from Cassidy 
Field to Heber Field in his honor. The school 
retained the name "Heber Field" when it built its new 
school and athletic field in 1971. He retired as a 
teacher, coach and athletic director from the 
Lexington school in 1964. 

For many years John Heber assisted the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association with 
many of their activities and only last year he was 
seen at the state High School Track meet with his 
stop watch timing running events. 



RIFLE MARKMANSHIP 

Rifle Markmanship will be held at Jeffersontown High 
School, Jeffersontown, Kentucky. Starting time is to be at 
8:00 A.M. on Aprils, 1980. For information contact IstSgt. 
Robert Ebert, at Jeffersontow^n High School, who will 
manage the Meet. The following schools have indicated 
they will have rifle marksmanship: 

Breathitt County, Fern Creek, Fort Knox, Jesse Stuart, 
Knott Co. Central, Millersburg Military Institute, Nicholas 
County, Owensboro, Paul G. Blazer, Seneca, Shawnee, 
Thomas Jefferson, Valley. 



STATE WRESTLING RESULTS 

The Atherton High School, Louisville, was the 
site for the State Wrestling Tournament held on 
February 8-9, 1980. Orville Williams of the Seneca 
High School was manager and Gene Minton of 
Atherton High School was assistant manager of the 
Tournament. Some of the team results are as 
follows: 

Union County 182, Danville 89y2, Conner 85'/2, 
Fern Creek 83V2, Trinity 68. 

Individual winners in each weight class are as 
follows: 

98 lb., Jerry Whalen (Eastern); 105 lb., Todd 
King (Fern Creek); 112 lb., David Lannum 
(Danville); 1191b., Mike Gibson (Union County); 126 
lb., Kenny Davis (Union County); 132 lb., Maurice 
Brown (Union County); 138 lb., Robby Clarkston 
(Conner); 145 lb., Todd McAnly (Danville); 155 lb., 
Larry Gibson (Trinity); 167 lb., Robbie Wedding 
(Union' County); 185 lb., Glenn Griggs 
(Hopkinsville); Heavyweight, Kelly Stickrod 
(Conner). 

FENCING INFORMATION 

The State Fencing Meet will be held at Atherton High 
School, Louisville, Kentucky, on April 5, the starting time 
will be 12:30 P.M. 

For more information contact W.E. Long, 1515 Tyler 
Park Dr., Louisville, Kentucky 40204. 

The following schools have indicated they will have 
fencing: 

Atherton, Fort Knox, Oneida Baptist Institute, Sacred 
Heart Academy, St. Henry. Seneca, Tales Creek. 

ATTENTION PRINCIPLES 
AND ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 

When applying for Coaching Cards for your 
coaching staff, please send request and check 
($5.00 per card) to this new address: 

John Radjunas, Executive Secretary 

KHSCA 

Route 5 Woodford Drive 

Mt. Sterling, Ky. 40353 

ATTENTION COACHES 

OF ALL SPORTS 

The Kentucky High School Coaches 
Association will be conducting two special "Open 
Forum" meetings during the last week of March at 
the Boys State Tournament. The purpose of the 
meetings is for answering questions and listening to 
any suggestions and/or criticisms that any coaches 
may be concerned with. The meetings will be as 
follows: 

Thursday, March 27th, 10-12 a.m. — Winter 
Sports Coaches 

Friday, March 28th, 10-12 a.m. — Fall and 
Spring Sports Coaches 

Both meetings will be at the Executive West 
Hotel across from Freedom Hall and all coaches are 
welcome and encouraged to attend. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1980 



MARCH, 1980 VOL. XLII— NO. 8 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
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Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3. 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

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Lexmgton, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President .... Barney Thweatt (1977-1981 ) Hopkinsville 

Vice Pres. . Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Directors Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg; 

Pete Grigsby (1978-1980) McDowell; Robie Harper, Jr. 
(1979-1983) Drakesboro; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville; J. D Minnehan (1978-1982), LaGrange; 
Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington; D. J. Ramsey 
(1978-1982), Louisville, Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) 
Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

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From the Commissioner's Office 



KHSAA Salutes: Jack Thompson 



Spring Meets 



Tentative dates have been set for the various spring 
meets and tournaments in fencing, rifle marksmanship, 
baseball, track, golf, soccer and tennis. They are as 
follow/s: 

April 5, State Rifle Marksmanship 
State Fencing Tournament 
April 18, Delegate Assembly Meets 
May 5. Regional Golf Tournaments 
May 5-10, District Baseball Tournaments 
May 10, Regional Track Meets 
May 13-14, State Golf Tournaments 
May 13-17, Regional Baseball Tournaments 
May 17, Semi-Final State Track Meet 
May 23, 24, Final State Track Meets 
May 23-24, Regional Tennis Tournaments 
May 22-24, State Baseball Tournament (First Round) 
May 29-31, State Baseball Tournament (Semi-Finals 

and Finals) 
May 30-31, State Tennis Tournament 



1980 — BASEBALL SCHOOLS 

Region 1 

District 1: Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah Tilghman, 
Reidiand, St. Mary 

District 2: Fancy Farm, Farmington, Lowes, Mayfield, 
Wingo, Symsonia 

District 3: Ballard Memorial. Carlisle Co., Fulton Co., 
Hickman Co. 

Region 2 

District 4; Christian Co., Ft. Campbell, Hopkinsville, 
Trigg Co. 

District 5: Caldwell Co., Crittenden Co., Livingston 
Cent., Lyon Co. 

District 6: Marshall Co., Calloway Co., Murray 
Region 3 

District 7; Henderson Co., Providence, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 




Jack Thompson 

During the 1980 State Swimming and Diving 
Championships held at Eastern Kentucky University, Mr. 
Jack Thompson was recognized for his outstanding 
contributions to the KHSAA. Mr. Thompson is currently 
employed by the Lakeside Swim Club in Louisville and is a 
former high school coach and principal. 

The following are just a few of Jack Thompson's 
achievements in the field of athletics; Twenty-five year 
member of the KHSAA Swimming Committee, Chairman 
and Meet Director for the State High School Swim Meet for 
fifteen years, High School and College Basketball official 
for 45 years officiating in over 4000 Basketball games and 
200 tournaments, Football official for 42 years, 
Commissioner of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic 
Conference for 8 years. 

Mr. Thompson is married to the former Roma Mather 
and has two sons, John Allen a Physical Education 
Instructor in Jefferson Co., and Jack who is the assistant 
Athletic Director at Georgia Tech. 

District 8: Dawson Springs, McLean Co., 
Madisonville-N. Hopkins, South Hopkins, West Hopkins 

District 9; Apollo, Daviess Co., Owensboro, Owens- 
boro Catholic 

Region 4 
District 10: Bremen, Central City, Drakesboro, 
Graham, Greenville, Hughes-Kirk, Muhlenberg Central 

District 1 1: Breckinridge Co., Fordsville, Hancock Co., 
Ohio Co., St. Romuald, Frederick Fraize, Trinity 
(Whitesville) 

District 12: Butler Co., Grayson Co., Edmonson Co. 

Region 5 
District 13: Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Warren 
Central, Warren East 

District 14: Adairville, Auburn, Chandlers Chapel, 
Lewisburg, Olmstead, Potter, Russellville, Todd Co., 
Central 

District 15: Allen Co., Barren Co., Glasgow 
District 16: Clinton Co., Cumberland Co., Gamaiel, 
Metcalfe Co., Tompkinsville 

Region 6 
17: East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, 
North Hardin, West Hardin 
18: Adair Co., Campbeilsville, Marion Co., 



District 
Meade Co., 

District 
Taylor Co. 

District 
Nelson Co., 



19: Bardstown, Bethlehem, Bullitt Central, 
North Bullitt, Washington Co. 
District 20: Caverna, Green Co., Hart Co., LaRue Co. 

Region 7 
District 21 : Bishop David, Butler, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Western, Ninth & O 

District 22: DeSales, Iroquois, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson 

District 23: Doss, Fairdale, Jesse Stuart, Valley, 
Shively Christian 

District 26: Central, Portland Christian, Evangel, 
Shawnee 



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Region 8 

District 25: Ahrens, duPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier 

District 26: Ballard, Eastern, Waggener, Westport 

District 27: Durrett, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Marion C. Moore 

District 28: Atherton, Beth Haven, Ky. Country Day, 
Seneca, Trinity 

Region 9 

District 29: Boone Co.. Conner, Dixie Heights, Lloyd 
Memorial, St. Henry, Simon-Kenton 

District 30: Bellevue, Dayton, Newport, Newport 
Catholic 

District 31: Bishop Brossart. Campbell Co., 
Highlands, Silver Grove, Scott 

District 32: Beechwood, Covington Catholic, Holmes, 
Holy Cross, Ludlow, Cov. Latin 
Region 10 

District 33: Grant Co., Pendleton Co., Walton Verona, 
Williamstown, Deming 

District 34: Carroll Co.. Eminence, Gallatin Co.. Henry 
Co., Owen Co.. Trimble Co. 

District 35: Augusta. Bracken Co.. Fleming Co.. Lewis 
Co.. Mason Co.. Maysville. St. Patrick. Tollesboro. 
Region 11 

District 36: Frankfort. Franklin Co., Scott Co. 

District 37: Bourbon Co., Harrison Co., MM. I., 
Nicholas Co.. Paris 

District 38: Oldham Co.. Shelby Co., Taylorsville 

District 39: Anderson Co.. Harrodsburg, Mercer Co.. 
Woodford Co. 

Region 12 

District 40: Bryan Station. Henry Clay. Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Sayre. Tates Creek 

District 41: Boyle Co.. Danville. Garrard Co.. 
Jessamine Co. 

District 42: Casey Co.. Lincoln Co., Russell Co. 

District 43: Berea, Estill Co.. Madison. Madison 
Central. Model 

Region 13 

District 44: Burnside. Nancy, Pulaski Co.. Somerset, 
Eubank 

District 45: McCreary Co.. Monticello. Wayne Co.. 
Pine Knot 

District 46: Clay Co.. Jackson Co., Laurel Co., Oneida 
Inst., Rockcastle Co. 

District 47: Barbourville, Bell Co., Corbin, LoneJack. 
Lynn Camp. Middlesboro, Pineville, Knox Central. 
Williamsburg. Whitley Co. 

Region 14 

District 48: Breathitt Co.. Fleming Neon. Jenkins. 
Knott Co.. Riverside Christian. Whitesburg 

District 49: Buckhorn. Combs Memorial, Leslie Co.. 
M.C. Napier. Hazard 

District 50: Cawood. Cumberland. Evarts. Harlan. 
Lynch 

District 51: Hazel Green. Jackson, Lee Co.. Owsley 
Co., Powell Co., Wolfe Co. 

Region 15 

District 52: Boyd Co., Holy Family, Lawrence Co.. Paul 
Blazer 

District 53: Fairview. Greenup Co.. Raceland. Russell 

District 54: George R. Clark, Menifee Co.. 
Montgomery Co., Bath Co. 

District 55: East Carter. Elliott Co.. Rowan Co.. Univ. 
Breckinridge, West Carter 

Region 16 

District 56: Belfry. Elkhorn City. Feds Creek. Johns 
Creek. Phelps 

District 57: Johnson Central. Morgan Co.. Magoffin 
Co., Paintsville, Sheldon Clark 

District 58: Betsy Layne. Allen Central, McDowell, 
Prestonsburg 

District 59: Dorton, Millard. Mullins. Pikeville, Virgie 



STATE GYMNASTICS RESULTS 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, was the site 
for the Gymnastics competition held on February 16, 1980. 
Kathy Case managed the girls' tournament and Jim Nance 
managed the boys' tournament. Dr. Gerald Calkin was the 
overall meet manager and Dr. Hal Holmes was in chargeof 
officials. 



Girls 

Team Finish: Tates Creek. 104.55; Kentucky Country 
Day. 96.25; Sacred Heart. 82.85; Woodford County, 76.05; 
Henry Clay, 62.5. 

Vaulting: Pam Lunsford, Tates Creek. 9.6; Kim 
Warner. Tates Creek. 9.2; Sally Long, Sacred Heart, 9.05; 
Belinda Baker, Tates Creek, 8.75; Lisa Levitch. Kentucky 
Country Day. 8.65; Kendra Peters, Angela Merici. 8.35. 

Uneven Bars: Lisa Levitch. Kentucky Country Day, 
9.1; Sally Long, Sacred Heart, 9.05; Kim Warner, Tates 
Creek, 8.95; Maureen Hall, Presentation. 8.65; Pam 
Lunsford. Tates Creek, 8.6; Jimmie McDonald, Woodford 
County, 8.1. 

Balance Beam: Pam Lunsford. Tates Creek, 8.85; Lisa 
Levitch. Kentucky Country Day. 8.6; Sally Long. Sacred 
Heart. 8.35; Belinda Baker. Tates Creek. 8.1; Kim Warner. 
Tates Creek. 8.0; Maureen Hall. Presentation. 7 95. 

Floor Exercise: Belinda Baker. Tates Creek. 9.0; Pam 
Lunsford. Tates Creek. 8.85; Sally Long, Sacred Heart. 8.8; 
Kim Warner, Tates Creek. 8.8; Lisa Levitch. Kentucky 
Country Day. 8.75; Maureen Hall, Presentation, 8.7. 

All Around: Pam Lunsford. Tates Creek. 35.9; Sally 
Long. Sacred Heart. 35.25; Lisa Levitch. Kentucky Country 
Day. 35.1 ; Kim Warner. Tates Creek, 34.95; Belinda Baker, 
Tates Creek, 33.7; Maureen Hall. Presentation. 33.55. 



Boys 

Team Finish: Tates Creek, 107.1; Bryan Station, 86.32; 
Marion County. 77.325; Henry Clay. 67.1; Lafayette, 65.16; 
Moore. 52.4; Central. 41.59. 

Parallel Bars: Bobby Fleming, Franklin County. 5.9; 
Bryan Lynch, Tates Creek. 4.6; Kevin Degler. Tates Creek, 
4.5; Troy Hunt, Bryan Station, 4.5; Steve Collins. Tates 
Creek. 4.5; David Bailey. Trinity. 4.4. 

Horizontal Bars: Bobby Fleming. Franklin County, 6.2; 
Darrell Warner, Tates Creek. 5.45; Sean O'Donnell, Marion 
County. 4.65; David Bailey. Trinity. 4.55; Kevin Degler, 
Tates Creek. 4.15; Danny Pitts. Tates Creek. 4.1. 

Men's Floor Exercise: Bobby Fleming. Franklin 
County. 9.1; Bryan Lynch. Tates Creek. 7.35; Darrell 
Warner. Tates Creek. 7.35; Kevin Degler. Tates Creek, 
6.85; Darryl Antrobus. Pendleton County, 6.85; Charles 
Maddox. Ballard. 6.75; Shannon Ziggler. Silver Grove, 
6.75. 

Rings: Bryan Lynch. Tates Creek, 5.2; Darrell Warner, 
Tates Creek, 5.15; David Hassur, Tates Creek, 4.25; Kevin 
Degler, Tates Creek, 4.2; Danny Pitts. Tates Creek, 4.2; 
Tom Clifford, Pendleton County, 4.0. 

Pommel Horse: David Bailey, Trinity. 6.3; Bryan 
Lynch, Tates Creek. 5.35; Kevin Degler, Tates Creek, 4.95; 
Jeff Cooper. Bryan Station. 4.9; Sam Terry. Henry Clay, 
4.9; Dennis O'Brien, Lafayette. 4.85. 

Vaulting: Darryl Antrobus. Pendleton County. 8.6; 
Darrel Warner. Tates Creek. 8.4; Bobby Fleming. Franklin 
County. 8.35; David Cull, Marion County, 8.3; Bryan 
Lynch. Tates Creek, 7.95; Charles Maddox. Ballarrf, 7.7. 

Ail-Around: Bobby Fleming. Franklin County, 37.95; 
Bryan Lynch, Tates Creek, 33.7; Kevin Degler, Tates 
Creek, 31.4; Darrell Warner. Tates Creek, 31.4; Charles 
Maddox, Ballard, 29.15; Danny Pitts. Tates Creek. 28.4. 



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GOLF REGIONS FOR BOYS 



GOLF REGIONS FOR GIRLS 



Murray Region (Jim Peck, Marshall County H.S.) Bal- 
lard Memorial, Caldwell County, Christian County, Callo- 
way County, Crittenden County, Ft. Campbell, Fulton, 
Hickman County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Marshall Coun- 
ty, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah-Tilghman, Reidland, St. 
Mary, Todd Central, Trigg County, University Heights. 

Owensboro Region (Ron Peyton, Owensboro H.S.) 
Apollo, Breckinridge County, Central City, Daviess 
County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Meade County, Ohio 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Providence, 
Union County, Webster County, South Hopkins. 

Bowling Green Region (Danny Spillman, Bowling 
Green H.S.) Allen County, Barren County, Bowling Green, 
Bullitt Central, Caverna, Clinton County, East Hardin, 
Edmonson County, Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, Franklin- 
Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hart County, LaRue 
County, North Bullitt, North Hardin, Russellville, 
Tompkinsville, Warren East, Warren Central, West Hardin, 
Grayson County. 

West Jefferson Region (Ed Mudd, 502/448-5014) 
Ahrens, Beth Haven, Bishop David, Butler, Central, 
DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, Moore, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Shawnee, Southern, Stuart, Thomas Jefferson, 
Valley, Western. 

East Jefferson Region (Marty Donlon, St. Xavier H.S.) 
Atherton, Ballar-j, duPont Manual, Durrett, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Male, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Westport, St. Xavier. 

Wheatley/Covington Region (Tom Sibley, Trimble 
County H.S.) Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie 
Heights, Gallatin County, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Ludlow, Owen County, St. Henry, Simon- 
Kenton, Trimble County, Walton-Verona, Scott. 

Campbell County Region (Jerry Racke, Campbell 
County H.S.) Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Campbell 
County, Dayton, Fleming County, Grant County, 
Highlands, Lewis County, Mason County, Maysville, 
Newport, Newport Catholic, Pendleton County, St. 
Patrick, St. Thomas, Silver Grove, Williamstown. 

Frankfort Region (David Lee, Franklin County H.S.) 
Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, George Rogers Clark, Harrison County, Henry 
Clay, Henry County, Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, 
Montgomery County, Nicholas County, Oldham County, 
Paris, Sayre, Scott County, Shelby County, Tates Creek, 
Woodford County. 

Washington County Region (Bill Hardin, Washington 
County H.S.) Adair County, Anderson County, Bardstown, 
Bethlehem, Boyle County, Burgin, Campbellsville, Casey 
County, Danville, Garrard County, Green County, 
Harrodsburg, Jessamine County, Lincoln County, Marion 
County, Mercer County, Nelson County, Russell County, 
Taylor County, Washington County. 

London Region (Jerry Brown, Laurel County H.S.) 
Berea, Corbin, Estill County, Evarts, Harlan, James A. 
Cawood, Laurel County, Lee County, Lynch, McCreary 
Central, Madison Central, Middlesboro, Model, 
Monticello, Pineville, Pulaski County, Somerset, Wayne 
County, Williamsburg. 

Paintsville Region (Walter Brugh, Paintsville H.S.) 
Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, East Carter, Fairview, 
Greenup County, Hazard, Elkhorn City, Holy Family, 
Jenkins, Johnson Central, Paintsville, Paul G. Blazer, 
Phelps, Pikeville, Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rowan County, 
Russell, Salyersville, University Breckinridge. 

STATE MANAGER: John Hackett, Ft. Knox 
Dependent Schools, Ft. Knox, Ky. 40121 

COORDINATOR: Ernie Denham, 3717 Taylorville 
Road — #109, Louisville, Ky. 40220, 502/452-1584. 



Princeton Region (Al Giordano, Caldwell County 
H.S.) Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, Central City, 
Christian County, Crittenden County, Greenville, 
Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Madisonville- 
North Hopkins, Murray, Ohio County, Reidland, St. Mary, 
Union County, Webster County. 

Bowling Green Region (Bill Jones, Glasgow H.S.) 
Allen County, Apollo, Barren County, Bowling Green, 
Caverna, Daviess County, Edmonson County, Franklin- 
Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hart County, Owensboro, 
Tompkinsville, Warren East, Warren Central. 

Louisville Region (Matilda Walker, Ballard H.S.) 
Atherton, Ballard, Doss, Iroquois, Kentucky Country Day, 
Collegiate, Male, Pleasure Ridge Park, Sacred Heart, 
Shawnee, Southern, Waggener, Eastern. 

Elizabethtown Region (Pat Wise, Elizabethtown H.S.) 
Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle County, 
Bullitt Central, Campbellsville, Danville, Elizabethtown, 
Hancock County, Marion County, Green County, Meade 
County, Mercer County, Nelson County, North Hardin, 
Washington County, West Hardin. 

Covington Region (George Gartner, Scott H.S.) 
Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie Heights, 
Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Owen County, Scott, Villa 
Madonna, Williamstown, Notre Dame, Trimble County, 
Carroll County, Oldham County. 

Nicholasville Region (Lou Brown, Jessamine County 
H.S.) Bryan Station, Estill County, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, George Rogers Clark, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Jessamine County, Paris, Scott 
County, Shelby County, Tates Creek, Woodford County. 

Lincoln County (Bill Hardin, Lincoln County H.S.) 
Berea, Corbin, Garrard County, Harlan, Cawood, Jenkins, 
Laurel County, Lee County, Lincoln County, Madison 
Central, McCreary Central, Model, Russell County. 
Somerset. 

Mason County (Julie Kenney, Mason County H.S.) 
Boyd County, Fleming County, Harrison County, Johnson 
Central, Mason County, Maysville, Montgomery County, 
Nicholas County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Prestonsburg, 
Rowan County, St. Patrick. 

STATE MANAGER: Coach Matilda Walker, Ballard 
H.S., 6000 Brownsboro Road, Louisville, Ky. 40222. 

COORDINATOR: Ernie Denham, 3717 Taylorsville 
Rd. —#109, Louisville, Ky. 40220, 502/452-1584. 



1980 BOYS' 
REGIONAL TENNIS 



Murray Region — (Mgr. Carol Robertson, Lyon Co. 
H.S., Eddyville) 

Caldwell County, Christian County, Fort Campbell, 
Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall 
County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, 
Providence. St. Mary, Trigg County, University Heights, 
West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green Region — (Mgr. Wilson Sears, Bowling 
Green H.S., Bowling Green) 

Allen County, Auburn, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Caverna, Edmonson County, Franklin Simpson, 
Glasgow, Hart County, Lewisburg, Metcalfe County, 
Olmstead, Potter, Russellville, Tompkinsville, Warren 
Central, Warren East. 

Daviess County Region — (Mgr. Bob Smith, Apollo 
H.S., Owensboro) 



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Apollo, Bremen, Butler County. Central City, Daviess 
County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson County, 
Central City, Daviess County, Greenville, Hancock 
County, Henderson County, McLean County, 
Madisonville North-Hopkins, Ohio County, Ow^ensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, Union County, 
Webster County. 

Elizabethtown Region — (Mgr. Bruce Atcher, 
Elizabethtovi/n H.S., Elizabethtown) 

Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Breckinridge 
County, Bullitt Central, Campbellsville, East Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Grayson County, Green 
County, North Hardin, LaRue County, Marion County, 
Meade County, Taylor County, Washington County. 

East Jefferson Region — (Mgr, Robert Schmidt, 
Eastern H.S., Middletown) 

Immanual, Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Seneca, Trinity, 
Waggener, Walden, Westport. 

Central Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Joseph Kroh, St. 
Xavier H.S., Louisville) 

Ahrens, Central, DeSales, Durrett, Evangel, Male, 
Manual, Moore, Portland Christian, St. Xavier, Southern, 
Thomas Jefferson. 

West Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Richard Emery, Stuart 
H.S., Valley Station) 

Bishop David, Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Ninth & O, Shawnee, Stuart, Valley, 
Western. 

Lexington Region — (Mgr. Bill Goodan, Henry Clay 
H.S., Lexington) 

Anderson County, Bracken County, Bourbon County, 
Bryan Station, Fleming County, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, Harrison County, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Mason County, Maysville, Millersburg 
Military Inst., Paris, St. Patrick, Sayre, Scott County, 
Shelby County, Tales Creek, Woodford County. 

Rictimond Region — (Mgr. Jerry Johns, Madison 
Central H.S., Richmond) 

Barbourville, Berea, Boyle County, Corbin, 
Cumberland, Danville, Deming, Estill County, Garrard 
County, George R. Clark, Harrodsburg, Hazard, James A. 
Cawood, Knox Central, Laurel County, Lynch, Madison 
Central, Middlesboro, Monticello, Model, Nicholas 
County, Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski County, St. Camillus, 
Somerset. 

lUlorefiead Region — (Mgr. Liz Sadler, Montgomery 
Co. H.S., Mt. Sterling) 

Allen Central, Bath County, Betsy Layne, Boyd 
County, Buckhorn, East Carter, Elkhorn City, Hazard, 
Hazel Green, Knott County, Lawrence County, McDowell, 
Magoffin County, Millard, Montgomery County, Lewis 
County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Pikeville, Prestonsburg, 
Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, Phelps, University 
Breckinridge, Wheelwright, Wolfe County. 

Fort Thomas Region — (Mgr. Ed Engelhard, 
Highlands H.S. Ft. Thomas) 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone County, Campbell 
County, Carroll County, Conner, Covington Latin, 
Covington Catholic, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin 
County, Henry County, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, 
Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Oldham County, St. Henry, 
Scott, Simon Kenton. 

1980 GIRLS REGIONAL TENNIS 

Murray Region — (Mgr. Carol Robertson, Lyon Co. 
H.S., Eddyville) 

Caldwell County, Christian County, Fort Campbell, 
Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall 
County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, St. Mary, 
University Heights. 

Bowling Green Region — (Mgr. Wilson Sears, Bowling 
Green H.S., Bowling Green) 

Allen County, Auburn, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Caverna, Franklin Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, 
Lewisburg, Metcalfe County, Russellville, Thompkinsville, 



Warren Central, Warren East, Potter, Olmstead, Hart 
County. 

Daviess County Region — (Mgr. Gary Keller, Daviess 
Co. H.S., Owensboro) 

Apollo, Bremen, Butler County, Central City, Daviess 
County, Greenville, Henderson County, Hancock County, 
Madisonville North-Hopkins, McLean County, South 
Hopkins, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic. Union 
County, Webster County, West Hopkins. 

Elizabethtown Region — (Mgr Bruce Atcher, 
Elizabethtown H.S., Elizabethtown) 

Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Breckinridge 
County, Campbellsville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort 
Knox, Grayson County, LaRue County, Marion County, 
Meade County, Bullitt Central, North Hardin, Spencer 
County, Taylor County, Washington County, Green 
County. 

East Jefferson Region — (Mgr. George Lord, Ballard 
H.S., Louisville) 

Assumption, Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Sacred Heart, 
Seneca, Waggener, Westport. 

Central Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Clara A Huber, 
Presentation Academy, Louisville) 

Ahrens, Central, Collegiate, Durrett, Evangel, Male, 
Manual, Mercy Academy, Moore, Presentation, Southern, 
Thomas Jefferson. 



West Jefferson Region — (Mgr. George Kok, Pleasure 
Ridge Park H.S., PRP) 

Angela Merici, Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Rosary, 
Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, Stuart, Valley, 
Western. 

Fort Thomas Region — (Mgr. Ted Engelhard, 
Highlands H.S., Ft. Thomas) 

Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone County, 
Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner, Dayton, Dixie 
Heights, Gallatin County, Grant County, Henry County, 
Holmes, Highlands, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Notre Dame, Oldham County, Our Lady of Providence, St. 
Henry, Simon Kenton, Scott, Villa Madonna. 

Lexington Region — (Mgr. Bill Goodan, Henry Clay 
H.S., Lexington) 

Anderson County, Bracken County, Bourbon County, 
Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin County, Harrison 
County, Harrodsburg, Henry Clay, Fleming County, 
Lafayette, Lewis County, Lexington Catholic, Mason 
County, Paris, St. Patrick, Sayre, Scott County, Shelby 
County, Tates Creek, Woodford County, Maysville. 



Richmond Region (Mgr Jerry Johns, Madison 
Central H.S., Richmond) 

Barbourville, Berea, Boyle County, Corbin, Danville, 
Estill County, Deming, Garrard County, George R. Clark, 
James A. Cawood, Laurel County, Lynch Madison Central, 
Middlesboro, Monticello, Model, Nicholas County, 
Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski County, St. Camillus, Somerset. 



Morehead Region — (Mgr. Liz Sadler, Montgomery 
Co. H.S., Mt. Sterling) 

Hazard, McDowell, Montgomery County, Raceland, 
Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Russell, Prestonsburg, University 
Breckinridge, Bath County, Elkhorn City, Lawrence 
County, Sheldon Clark, Rowan County, Wheelwright, 
Pikeville, Millard, Magoffin County, Allen Central, Wolfe 
County, Knott County, Hazel Green, Boyd County, Betsy 
Layne, Buckhorn. 

State Managers — Girls — Margaret Sheegog, 2607y2 
Drayton Dr., Louisville. Boys-Joseph Kroh, St. Xavier H.S. 
1609 Poplar Level Rd.. Louisville. 



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ATTENTION— TRACK COACHES 

The State High School Track Meet all classes will be 
held on Saturday, May 24, 1980, at the University of 
Kentucky Sports Center in Lexington. The State Manager 
is John Gettler. The 1980 State Track Meet will be run in 
meters except for the relay events which will be in yards. 



1980 TRACK & FIELD 

REGIONAL MANAGERS 

(BOYS & GIRLS) 



Class A 

Murray— Bill Cornell, Track Coach— Murray State 
University, Murray 42071—502/762-6941. 

Warren East— Jim Ross— Route 1, Bowling Green 
42101—502/781-1277. 

Cov. Catholic— Jack Kaelin—Cov.CatholicH.S, 1600 
Dixie Hwy, Covington 41011—606/431-5351. 

Lexington— John Gettler— 545 North Upper St., 
Lexington 40508— 606/253-0603 or 255-0835. 

Greensburg— Carl Deaton— 116 Carliesle Ave., 
,Greensburg 42743—502/932-7481. 

Somerset— Jeff Littrell, College Street, Somerset 
42501—606/678-4721. 

Hazard— Colin Cox— Hazard H.S., Box 5007, Hazard 
41701—606/436-3711. 

Nicholas Co —Ben Pumphrey— Nicholas Co. H.S., 
School Drive, Carlisle 40311—606/289-7111. 



1980 Track & Field 

Sectional Managers 

(Boys & Girls) 

CLASS A 

Section 1 , Warren East & Murray, Daviess Co. H.S., W. 
P. Wheeler. 

Section 2, Greensburg & Somerset, Bardstown H.S., 
Tom Williams, Bardstown H.S., 400 N. 5th St., Bardstown 
40004, 502/348-5913 

Section 3, Cov. Catholic & Lexington, University of 
Ky., John Gettler 

Section 4, Nicholas Co. & Hazard, Clay Co. H.S., Terry 
Wilson 

CLASS AA 

Section 1, Murray & Warren East, Daviess Co. H.S., W. 
P. Wheeler 

Section 2, LaRue Co. & Somerset, Bardstown H.S., 
Tom Williams 

Section 3, Cov. Catholic & Harrison, University of Ky., 
John Gettler 

Section 4, Russell & Clay Co., Clay Co. H.S., Terry 
Wilson 

CLASS AAA 

Section 1, Daviess Co. & Bullitt Central, Daviess Co. 
H.S., W. P. Wheeler 

Section 2, duPont Manual & Stuart, Stuart H.S., Tom 
Cain 

Section 3, Moore & Ballard, Ballard H.S., Richard 
Bealmear & Sue Fetter, Ballard H.S., 6000 Brownsboro 
Rd., Louisville 40222, 502/425-5076 

Section 4, Russell & Lexington, University of Ky., John 
Gettler 



Class AA 

Murray— Bill Cornell, Track Coach— Murray State 
University, Murray 42071—502/762-6941. 

Warren East— Jim Ross— Route 1, Bowling Green 
42101—502/781-1277. 

LaRue Co —Jack Mitchell and Pat Malone— LaRue 
County H.S., Rt. 1, Hodgenville 42748—502/358-3195. 

Somerset— Jeff Littrell, College Street, Somerset 
42501—606/678-4721. 

Cov. Catholic— Jack Kaelin— Cov. Catholic H.S,, 1600 
Dixie Hwy, Covington 41011—606/431-5351. 

Harrison Co —Joe Judy— Harrison Co. H.S., Webster 
Ave., Cynthiana 41031—606/234-3253, 

Russell— Late Walter— Russell H.S., Red Devil Lane, 
Box 5, Russell 41169—606/836-9650. 

Clay Co.— Terry Wilson— Clay Co. H.S., 239 
Richmond Rd, Manchester 40962—606/598-3737. 



Class AAA 

Daviess Co —W.P.Wheeler— Daviess Co. H.S., 4255 
New Hartford Rd, Owensboro 42301—502/684-5285. 

Bullitt Central— Bill Ranney— Bullitt Central H.S., Box 
338, Shepherdsville 40165—502/543-7021. 

duPont Manual— Paul Gering— 120 W. Lee St., 
Louisville 40208—502/636-1441 (Site— Univ. of Louisville) 

Stuart— Tom Cain— 4601 Valley Station Rd., Louisville 
40272—502/935-3155. 

Ballard — Richard Bealmear and Sue Fetter — Ballard 
H.S., 6000 Brownsboro Rd., Louisville 40222—502/425- 
5076. 

Moore— Coach Jim Watkins, Southern H.S. 8620 
Preston Highway, Louisville 40219— 502/969-1331 (Site- 
Moore High School) 

Russell— Lafe Walter— Russell H.S., Red Devil Lane, 
Box 5, Russell 41169—606/836-9650. 

Lexington— John Gettler— 545 N. Upper St., 
Lexington 40508—606/253-0603 or 255-0835. 



TRACK CLASS A GIRLS 

Murray Region— Ballard Memorial, Carlisle County, 
Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Fulton, Heath, 
Hickman County, Livingston Central, Murray, Providence, 
St. Mary, South Hopkins, Trigg County, University 
Heights, West Hopkins. 

Warren East Region— Auburn, Butler County, 
Caverna, Edmonson County, Frederick Fraize, Gamaliel, 
Hancock County, Central City, Hart County, Lewisburg, 
Mt. St. Joseph, McLean County, Olmstead, Potter, 
Russellville, Todd County, Tompkinsville. 

Covington Catholic Region— Augusta, Beechwood, 
Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Carroll County, Dayton, 
Gallatin County, Grant County, Henry County, Holy 
Cross, Ludlow, Owen County, St. Henry, Villa Madonna, 
Walton Verona. 

Lexington Region— Anderson County, Burgin, 
Frankfort, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, Mercer 
County, Model, Paris, Sayre. 

Greensburg Region — Bardstown, Beth Haven, 
Bethlehem, Campbellsville, Clinton County, Eastwood 
Educ. Center, Evangel, Fort Knox, Green County, 
Immanuel Lutheran, Kentucky Country Day, Ky. School f/t 
Blind, Ninth & O, Metcalfe County, Portland Christian. 

Somerset Region— Berea, Corbin, Jackson County, 
Ky. School f/t Deaf, Madison, Monticello, Pineville, St. 
Camillus, Williamsburg. 

Hazard Region— Buckhorn, Evarts, Fleming-Neon, 
Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lee County, Lynch, M.C. Napier, 
Oneida Baptist, Paintsville, Phelps, Pikeville, Riverside 
Christian, Virgie, Wheelwright, Wolfe County. 

Nicholas County Region— Bath County, Elliott 
County, Fairview, Hazel Green, Holy Family, Johns Creek, 
Lewis County, Menifee County, Morgan County, Nicholas 
County, Raceland, University Breckinridge. 



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Page Seven 



Section 1— Warren East and Murray Regions, Site: 
Daviess County High School. 

Section 2— Greensburg and Somerset Regions, Site: 
Bardstown High School. 

Section 3— Covington Catholic and Lexington 
Regions, Site: Lexington (Un. of Ky.) 

Section 4— Nicholas County and Hazard Regions, 
Site: Clay County High School. 



TRACK CLASS A BOYS 

Murray Region— Ballard Memorial, Carlisle County, 
Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Fulton, Heath, 
Hickman County, Livingston Central, Murray, Providence, 
South Hopkins, St. Mary, Trigg County, University 
Heights, West Hopkins. 

Warren East Region— Caverna, Central City, 
Drakesboro, Edmonson County, Gamaliel, Hancock 
County, Hart County, Lewisburg, McLean County, 
Olmstead, Russellville, Todd County, Tompkinsville. 

Covington Catholic Region— Augusta, Beechwood, 
Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Carroll County, Covington 
Latin, Dayton, Gallatin County, Grant County, Henry 
County, Holy Cross, Ludlow/, Owen County, St. Henry, 
Walton Verona. 

Lexington Region— Anderson County, Burgin, 
Frankfort, Harrodsburg, Jackson County, Lexington 
Catholic, Mercer County, Model, Paris, Sayre. 

Greensburg Region— Bardstow/n, Beth Haven, 
Bethlehem, Campbellsville, CImton County, Evangel, Fort 
Knox, Green County, Kentucky Country Day, Ky. School 
f/t Blind, Metcalfe County, Portland Christian. 

Somerset Region— Berea, Corbin, Garrard County, 
Ky. School f/t Deaf, Madison, Monticello, Pineville, St. 
Camillus, Williamsburg. 

Hazard Region— Betsy Layne, Buckhorn, Elkhorn 
City, Evarts, Fleming-Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lee 
County, Lynch, M.C. Napier, Oneida, Paintsville, Phelps, 
Riverside Christian, Virgie, Wheelwright, Wolfe County. 

Nicholas County Region— Bath County, Elliott 
County, Fairview, Hazel Green, Holy Family, Johns Creek, 
Lewis County, Magoffin County, Menifee County, Morgan 
County, Mullins, Nicholas County, Pikeville, Raceland, 
University Breckinridge. 

Section 1— Warren East and Murray Regions, Site: 
Daviess County High School. 

Section 2— Greensburg and Somerset Regions, Site: 
Bardstown High School. 

Section 3— Covington Catholic and Lexington 
Regions, Site: Lexington (Un. of Ky.) 

Section 4— Nicholas County and Hazard Regions, 
Site: Clay County High School. 



TRACK CLASS AA BOYS 

Murray Region— Calloway County, Lone Oak, 
Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Union County, 
Webster County. 

Warren East Region— Adair County, Allen County, 
Barren County, Butler County, Franklin-Simpson, 
Glasgow, Ohio County, Warren East. 

LaRue County Region— Breckinridge County, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Grayson County, LaRue County, 
Meade County, North Bullitt, Taylor County, Washington 
County, West Hardin. 

Somerset Region— Boyle County, Danville, Lincoln 
County, Pulaski County, Somerset. 



Covington Catholic Region— Conner, Covington 
Catholic, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Newport Catholic, Pendleton County, Scott, 
Simon Kenton. 

Harrison County Region— Bourbon County, Estill 
County, Harrison County, Jessamine County, 
Montgomery County, Scott County, Woodford County. 

Russell Region— East Carter, Fleming County, 
Johnson Central, Lawrence County, Mason County, 
Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter. 

Clay County Region— Belfry, Bell County, Breathitt 
County, Cawood, Clay County, Knott County Central, 
Knox Central, Leslie County, Middlesboro, Prestonsburg, 
Whitesburg, Whitley County. 

Section 1— Murray and Warren East Regions, Site: 
Daviess County High School. 

Section 2— LaRue County and Somerset Regions, 
Site: Bardstown High School. 

Section 3— Covington Catholic and Harrison Co. 
Regions, Site: Lexington (Un. of Ky.) 

Section 4— Russell and Clay County Regions, Site: 
Clay County High School. 



TRACK CLASS AA GIRLS 

Murray Region— Calloway County, Lone Oak, 
Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Union County, 
Webster County. 

Warren East Region— Adair County, Allen County, 
Barren County, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Ohio 
County, Warren East. 

LaRue County Region — Breckinridge County, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Grayson County, LaRue County, 
Meade County, North Bullitt, Taylor County, Washington 
County, West Hardin. 

Somerset Region— Boyle County, Danville, Lincoln 
County, McCreary County, Pulaski County, Russell 
County, Somerset. 

Covington Catholic Region— Conner, Dixie Heights, 
Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Scott, Simon 
Kenton. 

Harrison County Region — Bourbon County, Estill 
County, Harrison County, Jessamine County, 
Montgomery County, Scott County, Woodford County. 

Russell Region — East Carter, Fleming County, 
Johnson Central, Lawrence County, Mason County, 
Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter. 

Clay County Region— Belfry, Bell County, Breathitt 
County, Cawood, Clay County, Knott County Central, 
Knox Central, Leslie County, Middlesboro, Prestonsburg, 
Whitesburg, Whitley County. 

Section 2— Murray and Warren East Regions, Site: 
Daviess County High School. 

Section 2— LaRue County and Somerset Regions, 
Site: Bardstown High School. 

Section 3— Covington Catholic and Harrison Co. 
Regions, Site: Lexington (Un. of Ky.) 

Section 4— Russell and Clay County Regions, Site: 
Clay County High School. 



TRACK BOYS CLASS AAA 

Daviess County Region— Apollo, Christian County, 
Daviess County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic. 

Bullitt Central Region— Bowling Green, Bullitt 
Central, Marion County, Nelson County, North Hardin, 



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Oldham County, Shelby County, Warren Central. 

duPont Manual Region — Ahrens, Atherton, Butler, 
Central, duPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier, Shawnee. 

Stuart Region— Bishop David, Doss, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, Western. 

Ballard Region — Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Westport. 

Marion C. Moore Region— DeSales, Durrett, Fairdale, 
Fern Creek, Marion C. Moore, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson, 

Lexington Region— Boone County, Bryan Station, 
Campbell County, Franklin County, Henry Clay, Holmes, 
Laurel County. 

Russell Region — Blazer, Boyd County, Greenup 
County, Lafayette, Madison Central, Tates Creek, Clark 
County. 

Section 1— Daviess County and Bullitt Central 
Regions, Site: Daviess County High School. 

Section 2— duPont Manual and Stuart Regions, Site: 
Stuart High School. 

Section 3— Moore and Ballard Regions, Site: Ballard 
High School. 

Section 4 — Russell and Lexington Regions, Site: 
Lexington (University of Kentucky) 



Meador, Bill-89: Osting, Doug-89; Thomas, Ray-89; 
Colley, Lyn-88; Goble, Ken-88; Lile, Clyde-88; Meyers, 
Jim-88; Chaffin, John-87; Landers, John-87; Pate, Loyd- 
87; Simpson, F.D.-87; Ward, Tom-87; Bernardini, Burno- 
86; Carr, Bill-86; Hamm, Mike-86; Kinslovi^, Bill-86; Saylors, 
Carlee-86; Rascoe, Bob-85; Schilling, Don-85; Walker, 
Joe-85; Gober, John-84; Burkeen, Phil-83; Purcell, Ken- 
83; Treas, Joe-83; Carlson, Dave-82; Henderson, Chuck- 
82; Tuetele, Mat-80; Thomas, Lyn-79; McGinty, L.V.-76; 
Hendon, L.J. -75; Jones, John B.-75; Green, Don-73; 
Johnson, Hary-70; Shelton, Jim-65; 

BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE 

Long, James-97; Martin, Paul-95; Russell, Gary-95; 
Hill, Jim-94; Jackson, Ed-94; Whelan, Fred-94; Etienne, 
Don-93; Kirkland, Drevi/-93; Omar, Max-93; Blemker, Ray- 
92; Clements, Wm-92; Murdock, Leonard-92; Nash, 
Richard-92; Wade, Bill-92; Bartlett, C.W.-91 ; Frazier, Tom- 
91; Long, Scottie-91; Luckett, Paul-91; Estes, Walter-90: 
Hicks, David-90; Luckett, Thomas-90; Sutton, Jim-90: 
Thomson, Cecil-90; Burton, Jim-89; Fultrell, Keith-89; 
Thomas, Ray-89; Zogg, Joe-89; Gates, Ricky-88; 
McDaniel, James-88; Allen. James-86; Wetzel, Ralph-86; 
Tandy, Sam-84; Clark, Sidney 111-82; Clayton, Noel-81 
Jones, Spurgeon-81; Jackson, Wm; 



TRACK GIRLS CLASS AAA 

Daviess County Region— Apollo, Daviess County, 
Christian County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Madisonville-N. Hopkins, Marshall County, Owensboro, 
Ovi^ensboro Catholic. 

Bullitt Central Region— Bowling Green, Bullitt 
Central, Marion County, Nelson County, North Hardin, 
Oldham County, Shelby County, Warren Central. 

duPont Manual Region — Ahrens, Assumption, 
Atherton, Butler, Central, duPont Manual, Male, Shawnee. 

Stuart Region — Angelia Merici, Doss, Iroquois, 
Mercy, Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, Western. 

Ballard Region— Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, 
Presentation, Sacred Heart, Seneca, Waggener, Westport. 

Marion C. Moore Region — Fairdale, Fern Creek, 
Durrett, Holy Rosary, Marion C. Moore, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson. 

Lexington Region — Boone County, Bryan Station, 
Campbell County, Franklin County, Henry Clay, Holmes, 
Laurel County, Notre Dame. 

Russell Region— Blazer, Boyd County, Clark County, 
Greenup County, Lafayette, Madison Central, Tates 
Creek. 

Section 1 — Daviess County and Bullitt Central 
Regions, Site: Daviess County High School. 

Section 2— duPont Manual and Stuart Regions, Site: 
Stuart High School. 

Section 3— Moore and Ballard Regions, Site: Ballard 
High School. 

Section 4— Russell and Lexington Regions, Site: 
Lexington (Un. of Ky.) 



RATINGS ON FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on football 
officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. during 1979-80. 

WEST KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Waide, Harry-97; Durden, John-91; Eubank, Bill-91; 
Perkin, Jim-91; Wedge, Denny-91; Wilder, Jerry-91; Gour, 
Bob-90; Norwood, Tom-90; Quehl, Bud-90; Lowe, Stan-89; 



MID KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Harris, Dave-97; Moore, Phil-97; Morse, Richard-97; 
Brauch, Charles-96; Lynch, Lester-95; Crutcher, John-94; 
Crutcher, Marion-93; Ewing, Roger-93; Hawkins, Donald- 
93; Austin, Dwight-91; Barney, Greg-91; Downs. Joe-91; 
McClure, Tom-91; McKinney, Adelle-91; Mathaney, John- 
91; Montell, Brad-91; Wallace, Kevin-91; Aldridge, James- 
90; Biechler, Dwight-90; Davis, Tommy-90; Harris, Jim-90; 
Johnson, Ned-90; Moosman, John-90; Roberts, James-90; 
Stikeleather, Clyde-90; Trabue, Dave-90; Winfrey, Steve- 
90; Fraley, Charles-89; Baley, Buddy-88; Bottles, Don-88; 
Crutcher, Paul-88; Purwin, John-88; Tucker, Charles-88; 
Wade, Charles-88; Burgess, Blair D.-87; Welton, Don-87; 
Hunter, Harold-86; Ives, Rick-86; Arflin, Tom-85; Reams, 
Frank-85; Baker, William-84; Cecil, Henry-84; Hatfield, 
James-84; Howell, Ed-84; Medley, Frank-84; Ralston, 
Darrell-84; Roby, Jim-84; Butler, Bob-83; Corbett, Byron- 
83; Davis, Mark-83; Lewis, Joe-83; Morse, Russell-83; 
Riley, Jeff-83; Sweckard, Paul-83; Wozencraft, Thomas- 
83; Crittenden, Fred-82; Strain, Andy-82; Aldridge, Vern- 
81; Brandstetter, Elwood-81; Janes, Bill Charles-81; 
Morse, Richard Jr. -81; Puckett, Robert-81; Williams, 
Buford-81; Carney, Mike-80; Dupen, Jackie-80; Fowler, 
Gary-80; Smith, Bev-80; Tinsley, Joe-80; Breeding, Joe- 
79; Gann, Ronnie-79; Garrett, Bland-78; Skaggs, Nathan- 
78; Breegle, Bruce-77; Williams, James-77; lannazzi, Don- 
74; Bryan, Frank-73; Burgess, Marvin-71; Ash, Mike L.-70; 
Yancey, Henry Lee-70; Duvall, Bob-68; Howard, Robert E. 
Jr. -68; Pickney, Thomas-68; Adams, James R.-64; Henry, 
Barry-63; 



KENTUCKIANA CONFERENCE 

Gutterman, Jim-96; Klusman, Carl-96; Hancock, 
Norh-93; Jeffries, Dave-93; McGrath, Bob-93; Metzger, 
Don-93; Weber, Tom-93; Dewees, Bill-92; Doyle, Danny- 
92; Graas, Fritz-92; Meiman, John-92; Fryrear, Bill-91; 
Gentry, Dale-91 ; Sohon, John-91 ; Cline, Nick-90; DeSensi, 
Chick-90; Frulong, Bill-90; Rose, Bob-90; Stovall, Ken-90; 
Streicher, Rich-90; Jensen, Ed-89; Lenz, Jim-89; Mayer, 
Ed-89; Parker, Bob-89; Passafiume, John-89; Downs, Gil- 
88; Leahy, Pat-88; Shreve, Tim-88; Stuedle, Ray-88; 
Wilson, James-88; Lillie, Wes-87; Osting, Jim-87; Small, 
Dave-87; Turley, Howard-87; Denton, Bill-86; Nelligon, 
Mike-86; Greenwell, Bob-85; Hagan, Mike-85; Baldwin, 
Dennis-84; Griffin, Lynn-84; Ishmael, Steve-84; Johnson, 
Roe-84; Kraft, Nellis-84; Mercker, George-84; Ress, Gary- 
84; Faust, Phil-83; Hacke, Wilbur H.-83; Holzknecht, Tom- 



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83; Jones, Paul-83; McNay, Jim-83; Hedge, Dave-82; Russ, 
Chuck-82; Timmering, George-82; Bell, Ron-81; Lambert, 
lrv-81; Potts, Roy-81; Fenimore, Clarke-80; Spath, Bill-80; 
Allen, Jim-79; Hammock, Don-79; Kuster, Tom-79; Mintz, 
John-79; Pitstick. Jeff-79; Backert, Tony-78; Bell, 
Clarence-78; Sellinger, Bob-78; Brown, Mick-76; Emmons, 
Guy-76; Thorpe, Willie-76; Bickel, Frank-75; Helton, Les- 
75; VanBogaert, Steve-75; Wuertz, John-74; Allgood, 
Dave-72; Cox, Robert-71; Coleman, Louis-69; Friedman, 
Chuck-69; Horsman, Bill-64; Morris, Larry-62; Burrus, Lee 
Roy-59; Finck, Dennis-59; King, Daniel-57; Dunagan, Ed- 
56; Jutz, Gerald-50; 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Gelbke, Gil-93; Thompson. Tom-91; Peeno, Harry-91; 
Modrell, Gary-91; Collins, Ron-91; Wells, Glenn-91; 
Moore, Bob-90; Blackford, Robert-90; Delaney. William- 
89; Moore, Bud-89; Sesher, Jim-89; Wright, Howard-89; 
Conlin, Marty-89; Gumble, Art-89; Drake, Dick-88; 
Hoffman, Tom-88; Morris, Doc-88; Thompson, Neil-87; 
Swope, James-87; Towe, Paul-86; Kordenbrock, Joe-86; 
Vaughn, Bill-86; Fuchs, Donuts-86; McMain, Jim-85; 
Staton, Frank-85; Simms, Clarence-85; Purcell, Mike-85; 
Uriage, Dick-85; Wray, Robert-85; Frank, Joe-84; Read, 
Rick-84; Kemen, Jerry-84; Keller, Terry-84; Liggett, Ernie- 
84; Stayton, Jeff-83; Barth, Donald-83; Bond, Terry-83; 
Young, Bill-83; Bosse. Raymond-83; Trapp, Chuck-82; 
Carr, Larry-81; Kammerer, Ken-81; Westhoff, Greg-81; 
Rouse, Tom-78; Oetjen, Greg-76; Brady, Dan-76; Lynn, 
Donald-75; Elkins, Larry-75; Zimmer, Tom-75; Lykins, 
Jim-70; Starnes, Donald-69; Kanarek. Robert-64; Brown, 
Mike-56; 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Lusby, George-98; Jacoby, Ben-96; Poole, Glenn-96; 
Current, Ray-95; Moody, Bill-95; Brown, Herman-95; Duff, 
William-95; Current, Bob-94; Tate, Ken-94; Satterly 
Grant-94; Flynn, Bobby-94; Pugh, Bob-94; Swinford, 
John-94; Gastineau, Joby-93; Bramble, James-93; Staley, 
Jerry-93; Linkes, Cliff-93; Day, Rick-92; Easterly, Tom-92: 
Gibson, Richard-92; Fish, Gilbert-92; Wood, Walter-92: 
Elovitz, Carol-91; Ammerman, Bob-91; Craft, A.B.-90: 
Ransdell, John-90; Barnott, John-90; Fay, John-90; Smith, 
Ronald-90; Hall, Charlie-90; Yates, George-90; Batterton 
Keith-89; Gfell, George-89; Mifflin, Charlie-89; Bransom, 
Ben-88; Rawdon, Richard-88; Shreve, Rod-88; Dickens 
Bill-88; Wyatt, Henry-87; McFadden, Jim-87; Giles, Frank- 
87; South, Stanley-87; Foster, Berryman-87; Melson 
Bruce-87; Tipton, Ron-87; Thompson, Harrie-87; Mason, 
W.C.-86; Whalen. Billy-87; Garcia, Chencho-86; Barbour, 
Barry-86; Clemmons, Sam-85; Gilliam, Randy-85; Morris, 
Steve-85; Bozarth, Perry-85; McCormick, Don-84; Turner, 
Charles-84; Scott, Bill-83; Reece, Jerry-83; Morgan, 
Chuck-83; Durham, Tom-83; Oser, Larry-82; Brown, J.W.- 
82; Wright, J.D.-82; Lindon, Bob-82; Kinnard, Bob-82; 
Hadden, Newell-82; Gettler, John-81; Ewen, George-81; 
Corneilson, Mlchael-81; Moddy, Joel-81; Watson, James- 



81 ; Owens, Pete-80; Eldridge, Wayne-80; Eldridge, Wayne- 
80; Pittman, Spencer-80; Graham, John-80; Brock, Jack- 
79; Osborne, Ted-78; Easley, Dan-78; McClure, Jerry-78; 
Lentry, Rick-78; Dyehouse, Jim-77; Straus, Bill-76; 
Wanchic, Nick-75; Carmichael, Steve-75; Maupin, Randy- 
75; Vandermale, John-74; Thompson, Jeff-73; Lawson, 
Leland-73; Johnson, Reid-71; Ring, Bill-68; Clark, John- 
66; McCray, Carl-65; Clark, Owen-65; Paiko, Ed-64; 

THIRTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Seivy, Curt-93; Powers, Elmer-93; Pietrowski-93; Tye, 
John-92; Page, Jim-92; Black, Brud-92; Hammons, 
George-92; Anders. Raleigh-91; Morgan, Richard-91; 
Houchens, Tommy-90; Brown. Wendell-90; Jeffers. Steve- 
90; Lawson. Don-90; Noonan. Ron-90; Evans, Alvin-89; 
Cook. Chandler-89; Kirklin. Luther-89; Reynolds. Elmer- 
89; Howard, Jim-89; Napier, Wallace-89; Idol, Billy J.-88; 
Kersey, Andy-86; Hensen. Paul-85; Burgon, Eric-84; 
Coins. David-83; Baird, Jim-82; Barrett. Dick-80; 
Coppinger, Danny-79; Morgan. Keith-78; 

FOURTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Sizemore, Aster; Jones. Denver; Davidson. Harlan; 
Brewer, Jerry; Kirk, Charles; Brewer, Lloyd, Feltner, 
Danny; Barker. Norman; Barker. David; Sword, Russ; 
Tackett. George; Combs. Harold; Cox. Mike; Kirk. Jerry; 
Walker. Earnest; Combs. Ira; 

FIFTEENTH REGION 

Bottoms, William-89; Looney, James-88; Bogar, 
Joseph D.-86; Rosen, William-86; Hopson. James-85; 
Clusky, Joe-83; Lee, Greg-83; Ferrell. Ronnie-82; Whitte, 
Mike-82; Mickey, Elbert-81; Moore, William-81; Willis. 
Donald-81; Osborne. Lonnie-80; Rouse, Donald-80; 
Gattuso. James F.-77; Leslie Bennett-76; Whitt. Pierce-76; 
Hatfield. Paul-74; Leslie. Jerry-74; Owens. Paul-65; Herrin, 
Erie-64; 

NORTH EASTERN KY REGION 

Rapp. B.-96; Heaberlin. Wm Sr.-95; Gammon. B.-92 
Thomas. P. -91; Johnson. Gordon-91; Burgess, Oley-90; 
Swarts. Joe-90; Davis, Ralph-90; Heaberlin. William Jr. -90; 
James. Gene-89; Nethercutt. Bill-89; Johnson. Bob-89; 
McConnell, James-88; White. Russell-88; Johnson. Larry- 
87; Menshouse. Larry-87; Boyles. Jerry-87; Burchett 
James-86; Arthur. Paul-86; Buckley, Bob-86; Simpson 
Jim-85; Kouns. Bob-85; Heaberlin, Bob-85; Riffe, Gary-84 
Taylor, James-84; Russell. Allen-83; McGarey, Paul-83 
Graham, James-82; Pinson. Paul-82; Logan. Mike-82 
Gilkerson. Pat-81; Strader. Tim-81; Marshall, Ken-81 
Morgan. Glenn-80; Brammell. Keith-80; Clay. Glen-80 
Dickison. Stephen-80; Gillum. James-80; Gallatter, Jack- 
79; Looney. John-79; Lynch, David-79; Mitchell, Glen-79; 
White. John-78; Kirk. Walter-77; Williams, James-77 
Evans. Ronnie-75; Burke. David-75; Wells. Ted-74 
Tackett. James-72; McNeil. Larry-72; 



REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(Continued from February ATHLETE) 



Rogers. Michael C, Rt. 2. Box 58A. Fredonia. 42411. 365-5696 
Rogers, Ralph D., Box 152. Horse Cave. 42749. 524-4036. 786-21 1 1 
Rouse, Thomas L.. 520 Erianger Rd.. Erianger. 41018. 727-3943. 

727-4484 
Runyon. Tommy D.. Box 181, Belfrey. 41514. 353-9206. 353-7239 
Russell, Allen Ray, 124 Laurel Dr.. Ashland. 41101.836-4334,739- 

4166 X-8857 
Russell, Gary E., 2112 Gregory Drive. Henderson. 42420, 827-2437 
Salyer, Henry E., 5602 Spicewood Ln., Louisville. 40219, 969-6371 
Salyer, Thomas, Flat Gap. 41219. 265-4598 
Sammons, C.J., Red Jacket. W. Va. 25692, 426-4171. 235-2122 
Sammons, Patrick O.. 529 E Adair. Louisville. 40209. 363-5979. 482- 

4234 



Sanders. John David, Route 5. Madison I nd, 47250, 866-4625. 889- 

2120 
Sapp. Ema Jr., Box 332 Sycamore Lane. Leitchfield. 42754. 259- 

3237. 259-4078 
Sargent, Danny Bruce. R. 5. Box 146. Berea. 40403.986-8628, 758- 

8044 
Sargent, Terry C. 1908 Primrose Path. Paris. 40361, 987-1 297. 987- 

7905 
Sargent. William L Jr.. 607 Pueblo Trail, Georgetown. 40324. 863- 

1625 
Saylors, Carlee. 1700 Main, Murray. 42071. 753-7979. 924-5602 
Schmitt. Alvin J., 570B Stry Ker Village. Ft. Campbell. 42223. 431- 

3105. 798-3623 



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Schneider, Donald, 5697 Biscayne Avenue, Cincinnati, 4521 1 , 574- 

2898, 421-1800 
Schomaker. Charles T., 1860 Mt. Vernon Dr., Ft. Wright, 4101 1 , 331- 

2680, 874-8231 
Schultz, Larry D., 5492 D Jamison St., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624-3690, 

624-1633 
Schutte, Bruce M., 2646 Kines Hwy, Louisville, 40205, 459-4179, 

581-3085 
Scott, Emmanuel, 161 4 Potter PI, Cincinnati, 45207, 281-6928, 321- 

3916 
Scott, Frank R., Box 13, Bypro, 41612, 452-4556 
Scott, Jerry, 3422 Coldstream Ct., Lexington, 40502, 272-6064, 

232-3569 
Scott, Travis Paul, Route 1. Columbia, 42728. 384-4811, 384-2751 
Scott, Sidney H., 809 Lynwood St., Albany, 42602, 387-7203, 387- 

5186 
Scott, William Earl, 768 Longw/ood Rd., Lexington, 40503, 276- 

3719, 277-5430 
Sears. Wilson, 1406 Sherwood Dr , Bowling Green. 42101. 843- 

2268. 842-1674 
Seavers, Joe, 2517 Ann St., Villa Hills. 41017. 341-0213, 638-9626 
Selby, Johnnie, 3110 Auburn Gir., Louisville, 40299, 491 -3854, 267- 

9607 
Seivy, Curt. 103 Steele St., Corbin. 40701, 528-4677 
Settles, Terry, 1012 3rd St., Albany. 42602, 387-6979 
Sever, William B. Jr., CPO 8094 Asbury College, Wilmore, 40390, 

858-9923 
Shaffer, Robert L., 610 Walnut St., Hazard, 41701, 439-3274 
Shake. Kenneth L., 8321 Cedar Creek Rd., Louisville, 40291, 239- 

0613, 367-5291 
Sharkey, Ivlichael E., 4062 Mardon Place. Cincinnati, 45205. (513) 

921-8071. 369-4089 
Shartzer. Stephen Kent. 4501 So. 6th. Apt #66. Louisville. 40214. 

363-1646 
Shaw, Don L.. 200 Tammie Tr.. Campbellsville. 42718, 465-4002. 

465-2877 
Shaw, Earl, 121 Hagan Ct , Lancaster. 40444. 792-2370. 792-3018 
Sheehan. Tim, 7842-A Estrada Ave.. Ft Knox. 40121. 624-3461. 
765-5774 
. Skees. James Allen. 413A Woodview Dr., Lexington. 40502. 266- 
9475. 252-7748 
Shelton, Cathy Lynn. 302 Springmont Dr . Hopkmsville. 42240. 

885-5369 
Shelton. Shelah Kenneth. 302 Springmont Dr.. Hopkmsville. 42240. 

885-5369. 886-331 1 
Shepherd, Larry Nolan, 11024 Neptune Place. Louisville. 40272. 

935-3195 
Shields. Donald C, 555 Coachlight Dr.. Ft. Mitchell, 41017. 331- 

8887. 791-1680 
Shive. Douglas. Route 4, Box 76, Campbellsville, 42718. 465-4394 
Shuck. Thomas Grant. 2073 Williamsburg Rd.. Lexington, 40504. 

277-8780. 277-7185 
Sigler, Susie. 220 Pennsylvania Ave.. Louisville. 40206. 897-0438. 

897-1811 
Simms. William Eric. 504 Buckman St . Shepherdsville. 40165. 957- 

4040, 543-2425 
Simpson. Alan. 506 Belmont Drive, Bowling Green, 42101. 843- 

6643 
Simpson. Deanna Lee. P.O Box 424. South Shore. 41175. 932- 

3613. 932-6144 
Simpson. F. Delane. 1116 Calico Court. Bowling Green. 42101, 

781-5311, 798-6113 
Simpson. James H.. P O, Box 424. South Shore. 41175. 932-3613, 

932-3131 
Simpson, Randy, Rt. 1. Box 491. 823-1641. 342-6400 
Sims. Frank D.. 4413 Mann Ave.. Louisville. 40215. 367-0524, 634- 

1511 X-212 
Sirls, M. Brenda. R. #5. Benton. 42025. 354-6900 
Sivills. Calvert W., Rt. 6. Box 152. Cadiz. 4221 1 . 522-3194. 522-6666 
Sizemore. Kenneth. Rt. 7. Box 335. London. 40741. 878-6707 
Skaggs. Bobby L.. 619 Old State Rd.. Brandenburg, 40108, 422- 

2492. 422-3363 
Skaggs. Bill Robert L.. Hilldale Ct.. Leitchfield. 42754. 259-3438. 

259-4144 
Skaggs. Nathan L.. Rm. 223 Keen Hall. WKU. Bowling Green. 

40201, 748-5181 
Skeeters. Rick P.. Rt. 1. Box 157 H. Radcliff. 40160. 351-8641. 624- 

1122 
Sketch. Gregory V.. 320 Park Ave.. Ludlow. 41016. 581-0602 
Slone. Carson. Gen. Del.. Jackson. 41339. 666-4765, 439-2311 
Smallwood. Cephas David. Ill Sampson Lane. Barbourville. 40906 



Smallwood. Talmadge. R.R. 2. Stanton, 40380. 663-2096, 663- 

2544 
Smart, John S.. R.R. #3. Hardinsburg. 40143. 756-5437 
Smiley. James F.. Uruah. 41856. 663-4366 
Smiley. James H.. 909 3rd Street. Cloverport. 40111. 788-6769 
Smith. Arthur L.. 5313 Red Fern. Louisville. 40218. 778-1185, 454- 

4233 
Smith. Benny L.. Rt. 3. Box 5, Manchester, 40962, 598-5982. 598- 

5210 
Smith. Bruce E., 174 Shive Lane. Bowling Green. 42101. 781-5078. 

842-6541 
Smith. C.R.. 922 Belvoir Dr., Frankfort, 40601. 223-2119. 564-4628 
Smith, Donald R., 441 East St.. Washington. 42160. 335-6779 
Smith, Gary. Rt. 1. 117 Woodland Trail. Pineville. 40977. 337-9908, 

337-3512 
Smith. Gary Lee, 215 Cumberland Ave., Harlan. 40831, 573-5520, 

573-2351 
Smith. James Beverly. 211 So. 1st Street. Bardstown. 40004. 348- 

5402. 348-3991 
Smith, John W . 4020 Scenic Ridge La,. Independence. 41051, 356- 

5074. 397-3266 
Smith. Judy L,. Route #3. Richmond. 40475. 369-5217. 624-2091 
Smith, Ronald A,. 561 Lisa Dr,. Lexington. 40505. 299-9688. 255- 

5661 
Smith. Ronald K,. 10707 Linn Station Rd,. Louisville. 40223. 245- 

3847. 589-5483 
Smith. Roy M,. Ned, 41355, 666-7813, 666-7775 
Smith. Timmy Leburn. P.O. Box 145. 41831. 785-3346, 785-3759 
Smith, Virginia Lee. Rt. 1. Box 406. Baxter. 40806. 573-2488. 573- 

4900 
Smith. William E., 4122 St. John's Terrace, Cincinnati, 45236. 791- 

3082. 745-3504 
Smoot. Kenneth C. PC, Box 52. Carlisle. 40311. 289-5392 
Snyder. Mary Chris. 61 1 1 Corinth Way. Louisville, 40219. 748-4593 
Sorrell. Steven R,. 417 Rosemont, Park Hills. 41011. 291-5007 
Sorrell. Thomas J.. 417 Rosemont, Park Hills. 41011. 291-5007 
Sowder. Bill D , R#l. Box 306. Mt, Vernon. 40456. 256-2282, 256- 

5141 
Spahr. David L,. Box 1395. Paducah. 42001. 554-2304. 554-2604 
Spahr, Scott D,. Box 5645. Murray. 42071. 767-4317 
Spalding, Randall J,, 108 Ball St,, Springfield. 40069. 336-9297, 

348-9211 
Spalding. William Mark. Route 1. New Haven. 40051. 549-3253 
Sparrow. John A.. 753 Greenwood Dr.. Harrodsburg. 40330. 734- 

7913. 254-2334 
Spears. Ronnie G.. Box 18. Fedscreek, 41524. 835-2605. 835-4526 
Spender. Irvin E., R#1. Old State Rd.. Brandenburg. 40108. 422- 

3294. 422-4931 
Spicer, David I.. 127 Morehead St.. Central City, 42330. 754-1379 
Spoonamore. Jim. 220 Maple Court, Stanford, 40484, 365-2348. 

232-3105 
Spratling. Obie L.. 416 N. Logsdon Pkwy. Radcliff, 40160, 351-9482, 

351-9492 
Springate. Bobby K . P.O Box 24. Harrodsburg. 40330. 734-7562. 

734-7483 
Spurlock. Ellis G.. Box 511. Martin. 41049. 285-9972 
Spurlock. Lamarr Printer. 41655, 285-3796, 874-2172 
Stacy. David M . Rt 2, Box #32. Sidney. 41564. 353-7893 
Stacy. Doyle M.. Jr. 618 Kirsch Way. Fairdale. 40118. 368-4549 
Stacy. Vickie, 875 Gradner Drive. West Liberty. 41472, 743-3908, 

743-7031 
Stalcup, Joseph R.. R.R. 2. Burkesville. 42717. 433-7198, 433-7198 
Stanley. Larry Richard. P O, Box 2000. Atwood Hall. Lexington. 

40511. 222-0783 
Stanton. Ronald R.. Box 562. R.R. #3. Alexandria. 41001. 635-7204 
Stark. Allan, R.R. 2. Bedford. 40006, 255-7311, 347-9981 
Stark, Douglas O . R.R. #2. Box 338 A, Bedford. 40006. 255-3672. 

265-4722 
Starnes. Donald Scott. 206 Lewis Lane. #303. Newport. 41071. 261- 

8209 
Stephens. Charles M.. P.O. Box 125, Brooksville. 41004. 735-2455 
Stephenson, Joe H.. 409 W 6th St.. Jeffersonville. 47130. 282-3335, 

367-3360 
Stinson. Charles L., Box 616. Horse Cave. 42749. 786-2663. 786- 

2388 
Stober. Martha J.. 10123 Headley Hill, Louisville, 40223, 425-5411 
Stone, Myra E.. Box 224. Clay City. 40312. 663-2924 
Stovall. Cathy. 214 Sage Rd.. Louisville. 40207. 896-6237 
Strowd. Anthony P., 800 S. Dearbone. Louisville. 40211. 587-7405 
Stuber. Charles E.. R.R. #1 . Box 706. London. 40741. 864-9219. 878- 

7900 
Stuedle, Raymond J.. 1404 Girard Dr., Louisville. 40222. 425-3679, 
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Stull, Randy. P O Box 142. Salt Lick. 40371, 683-3731 

Sturgill. Larry B.. Buckingham Ave.. West Van Lear, 41268. 789- 

6748. 789-4890 
Sullivan. Dan Patrick. 132 Donnelly Dr.. Ft. Thomas. 41075. 781- 

0897 
Sullivan. Heron G.. Cumberland College Sta., P.O Box 518. Wil- 
liamsburg. 40769. 561-5213. 549-9039 
Sullivan. Richard W.. 11 Drexel Ave.. Florence. 41042. 525-1161. 

371-6242 
Sumner. Carl. Route One. Rockvale. 37153. 890-6652. 781-3395 
Swaftord. Billy D., P.O. Box 331. Barbourville. 40906. 546-6041 
Switzer. Richard J. Jr., 3 Circle Drive. Florence, 41042. 371-3910. 

581-0158 
Tackett. Gene. Box 127. Melvin. 41650. 452-4184 
Tackett. Timmy. Box 182, Dorton, 41520 
Tandy, Samuel W , 3307 Bob White, Owensboro, 42501. 685-3833. 

684-0448 
Taylor. Dale, Box 780. Somerset. 42501. 379-2772. 678-8111 
Taylor, Jerry D . Rt, 1. Box 872 B. Pineville. 40977. 337-9424. 337- 

6235 
Tennill. Rebecca Lynn. 1314 Highland Ave . Louisville. 40204. 583- 

1267. 589-2202 
Terry. James M. P O. Box 43, Hindman, 41822, 785-5902. 426-3155 
Tetrick. Donald L.. Box 51. Four Mile. 40939, 337-9302 
Thrasher. Barry L.. Route 4. Box 15, Smiths Grove, 42171. 563- 

5531. 842-9108 
Thompson. Beth B , 9809 Encino Ct , Louisville, 40223, 425-1368, 

584-6145 
Thompson. Charles Allen. Rt . 4. Bardwell. 42023. 642-2455 
Thompson. David R . P O Box 317. South Shore. 41175. 932-3283 
Thornsberry. Larry Randall. Pippa Passes. 41844. 368-4321 
Tierney. Joseph R . 14 E 16th St . Covington. 41011. 491-2519 
Tilford. Barry F . 700 Bourbon St.. Georgetown, 40324, 863-2862 
Trumbo. Travis James. 1331 Center Street, Apt. 4. Bowling Green, 

42101. 782-9407 
Turner, Joseph L,. 204 Redwod. Glasgow. 42141. 651-9861. 651- 

8375 
Turner, Paul Eric, 813 Park St.. Bowling Green, 42101. 842-2804. 

890-9397 
Tyra. Conley. Box 394, McKee, 40447. 287-7692 
Tyre, Donald C. 518Tatato, Frankfort. 40601, 695-4139. 254-6612. 

X-270 
Umfress. Lynda S.. 2893 Richmond Rd . Lexington. 40511. 266- 

6971. 987-2550 
Upchurch, David T.. R.R. 1.Box67C5. Monticello. 42633. 348-9492 
Vanover. Wiley G.. Jackhorn. 41825. 855-4620 
Varney, Gregory N., P.O. Box 109, Hardy. 41531. 353-9473, 237- 

4691 
Veach. Gary W.. 28 Maple Tree Ln.. Independence. 41 051 . 356-7331 
Vogel. Joanne. 2810 DeMel Ave #5. Louisville. 40214. 368-5232 
Vories. Kent. 110 Park Ave. Newport. 41071. 291-0617, 474-2478 
Wade, Donald E , Rt 3, Box 346 B., Shelbyville. 40065. 633-1710. 

564-6758 
Waggoner, Gary J . 1 53 Oaklawn Dr., Corbin, 40701. 528-1537. 528- 

1904 
Walker. Joe D.. 508 East Cedar. Franklin. 42134. 586-8457. 586- 

4336 
Walker. Keith L., 110 Forsythe St . Harrodsburg. 40330. 734-2759. 

839-6984 
Wallace. John. 123 Woodland Dr.. Somerset, 42501. 679-2766. 636- 

6421 
Wallin. Charles. 668 Northside Dr . Lexington. 40505. 299-8639 
Walls. George E,. 709 Hopkins St . Albany. 42602. 387-5535 
Walton. Roy. 616 Galaxie, Lexington. 40502. 266-5348. 272-1611 
Ward. Robert L . 2040 Washington. Henderson. 42420, 827-3805. 

827-3810 
Weiner. Richard Allen. 720 Johns Hill Rd.. Highland Heights. 

41076. 441-8462, 761-4120 
Welch, Steve C, 7306 Lora Drive, Louisville. 40214, 366-3674 
West, Mark E,, Route 8, Box 490, 753-0061. 767-3335 
White, Curtis E., 2510 St. Xaiver. Louisville, 40212. 776-9778. 585- 

3176 
White. David A. 1180 Pepper Dr. Madisonville. 42431. 821-6484. 

821-7714 
Whited. Roger S.. R#4. Stanford. 40484. 346-2226 
Whitson. Gregory. 459 Jordon St . Hazard, 41701, 439-1229 
Wiggins. Jeffrey. Pearce Ford 2316. WKU. Bowling Green. 42101. 

748-4217 
Willett. Joseph L.. Rt. #10. Paducah. 42001. 554-3463 
Williams. Gregory. 640 Maxwelton Ct., Lexington, 40508, 252-8006 



Williams, Richard D , 213 Long St.. Apt 1. Elizabethtown. 42701. 

765-4216. 737-5636 
Wilhs. Adam Martin. Box 37. Route 2. Garrison. 41 141. 798-4298. 

796-3036 
Willis. Douglas Lee, Box 37, Route 2, Garrison, 41141. 757-4298. 

796-3036 
Wilson. Dan, Route 1, Kings Mountain, 40442, 379-6361 
Wilson. FreddieW . 1602 BSherwoodDr., Corbin. 40701,523-0910, 

546-3177 
Wixson, Robert M . P O Box 386. Cumberland. 40823, 848-2862. 

589-4625 
Woolridge. James Louis. 1002 Parkvale Ct. #5. Park Hills. 41011. 

291-7258. 292-5894 
Wrenn. Luke H,. Rt 2. Paint Lick. 40471. 925-4101 
Wright. Kathryn Fraces. Rt 3. Box 42C. Louisa. 41230. 638-4021. 

783-4476 
Wright. Raleigh F . Rt. 3. Box 217. Pikeville. 41501. 432-3507 
Yancey. Henry L.. 9048 E Estrada Ave . Ft. Knox. 40121. 624-6260. 

624-1223 
Yann. Gerald R . 7710 Whitfield Dr . Louisville. 40218. 491-2443 
Yates. Owen Jr . 4905 Preston Dr. Louisville. 40213. 969-4983. 778- 

2791 X-43 
Yeager. Sharon K . 1865 Gayle Dnve. Lexington. 40505 
York. Marva. 2148 Larkspur Dr.. Lexington. 40504. 278-9143. 254- 

6666 
Zumbiel. John R.. 46 Price Ave . Erianger. 41018. 727-8103. 721- 

3425 



Baseball Clinic Information 

It is an Association requirement that each registered official 
attend a clinic in the sport in which registered (ByLaw 28. Sec. 3). 
Officials who have not attended the KHSAA clinic will not be 
permitted to officiate any varsity games until they have attended a 
makeup clinic. The 1980 clinics will, be conducted by area repre- 
sentatives who will advise you the dates and sites of the clinics. The 
area representatives are 



1980 Baseball Area Representatives 

Kenneth Ashley (Somerset), 108 Ohio, Somerset 42501. (R) 

606/678-8891. (B) 679-1574 
Douglas Butcher (Paintsville). Box 14. Meally 41234. (R) 606/789- 

5553. (B) 789-6147 
Bob Crager (Ashland). 1703 Mary Ellen Drive. Flatwoods 41139, 

(R) 606/836-6069, (B) 836-8186 
Don Hardin (Morehead), Box 88, Morehead 40351, (R) 606/784- 

7698, (B) 845-9871 
Al Giordano (Caldwell Co.). 99 Holly Lane. Princeton 42445. (R) 

502/365-5680. (B) 365-3531 
Charles Joseph (Ft Knox). 1081 Lincoln TrI. Blvd. Radcliff 40160. 

(R) 502/351-6710. (B) 351-6677 
Jerry Kimmel (Central City), Box 86, Beechmont 42323, (R) 502/ 

476-2656 
James H Mooneyhan (Bowling Green). Spence Lane. Box 220, 

Franklin 42134. (R) 502/586-4989. (B) 586-7425 or 5256 
Richard Morgan (London). 1715 South Main. London 40741. (R) 

606/864-9253. (B) 864-5114 
Buddy Roe (Hazard). Route 1. Box 18, Isom 41824 
Eldridge Rogers (Hopkmsville). Route 7. Hopkinsville 42240. 

(R) 502/269-2234. (B) 886-3921 
Harry Stephenson (Lexington). 1612 Hawthorne Lane. Lexington 

40505. (R) 606/299-1757. (B) 233-8221 
Jamie Washer (Paducah). 110 Broach. Murray 42071. (R) 502/ 

753-5330. (B) 753-4377 
Dick Uriage (Covington). 822 Highland Avenue. Ft.Thomas41075, 

(R) 606/441-5513, (B) 874-8820 
Felix Wingfield (Louisville), 1132 Eastern Pkwy . Louisville 40213. 

(R) 502/636-2282. (B) 772-2531 
Bill Woodward (Owensboro). 2508 Gallahadion Ct.. Owensboro 

42301. (R) 606/683-7705. (B) 684-8811 



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FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of the University 
of Kentucky's College of Education. The code letters "e, j, s. c, a" 
refer to elementary, junior high, senior high, college and adult 
audiences who may enjoy the particular film listed. The rental 
prices shown do not apply to schools which use one of the special 
subscription service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. Scott Street Building, University of Kentucky, Lexington, 
Kentucky 40506 

SWIMMING 

BACK STROKE, e-j-s-c-a, V/j reels (15 min.), $3.00. 
Good body position and efficient arm action are the 
basis for tfie fine performance. Special attention is given to 
tfie start and the turn. Effective use is made of animation, 
slop action and slow motion. 

BEGINNING SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Through scenes photographed both above and 
beneath the surface of the water, basic techniques of 
swimming for beginners are demonstrated. Land and 
water drills involving kicking, breathing, floating, paddling 
and stroking and pulling with the arm practiced separately, 
then coordinated as the swimmer learns the American 
crawl. The back float, back stroke, and breast stroke are 
also illustrated and explained. 

BREAST STROKE SIDE STROKE AND UNDERWATER 
SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, $2.00 

This film presents the conventional breast stroke, 
timing and strokes, and the kick. 

BUTTERFLY, e-j-s-c-a-, IV? reels (16 min.), $3.00 

Newest and most challenging of the swimming 
strokes is explained in detail. Making use of slow motion 
underwater photography, the arm action and dolphin kick 
are analyzed. Correct timing between arms and leg action 
is vital to performance. Reasons for timing are clearly 
explained. 

CHAMPIONSHIP SWIMMING: PERFECTION TECH- 
NIQUE, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels. (19 min.). color, $5.50. 

Outlines briefly the program and training methods 
used by the Santa Clara Swim Club that may be used by 
anyone to train swimmers. The technique illustrated, such 
as weight training, circle training, pace clocks, bench and 
stroke work and interval training when properly applied in 
the appropriate circumstances, will all prove beneficial in 
perfecting swimming style. 

CRAWL STROKE, e-j-s-c-a. 

The basic principles of the stroke are presented in this 
film. The arm stroke, the kick, and the breathing are 
demonstrated. This film also includes slow motion shots 
underwater. 

DIVING FUNDAMENTALS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

After a brief history of the sport of diving, the following 
points are explained and demonstrated; the hurdle jump, 
determining the correct distance, proper arm action, 
correct way of landing on the feet, proper takeoff and lift, 
correct entry into the water. The backward dive is also 
taught, including lift, arching the body, and entry into the 
water. The motion is stopped at various points to enable 
detailed study of form. 

DOLPHIN KICK, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00. 

An excellent swimmer, an underwater camera and 
' carefully devised teaching demonstrations introduce the 
new swimming techniques known as the dolphin or fishtail 
kick. Analyzing the body movements used in the dolphin 
kick, the film stresses the importance of practice for 
mastery of this efficient speedy kick. 



DROWN PROOFING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (9 min), color, $4.50. 
Shows how to stay afloat and travel in water even if 
you have never learned to swim. Ninety-nine per cent 
(99%) of all men and about ninety-nine point nine per cent 
(99.9%) of all women can remain on the surface in fresh 
water without moving, as can nearly all children. 

I'M NO FOOL IN WATER, p-e-j-a, 1 reel (8 min), color, 
$3.00. 

Jimmy Cricket illustrates the "do's" and "don'ts" of 
water safety precautions. Points out the basic rules: wait at 
least two hours after eating, stay out when water is too 
cold, never swim alone, and dive only when you know the 
water is deep enough. 

SPRINT CRAWL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 'A reels (14 min.), $3.00. 
Underwater photography plus animation demonstrate 
the dynamics of moving solid bodies through water and 
the resistance factors that must be overcome You see the 
employment of arms and legs as well as entire body for 
speed, streamlining power. Championship racing starts, 
breathing techniques, and turns are shown in slow motion. 



Baseball 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1965, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 
color, $1.00. 

In the 36th all-star game at the home of the Minnesota 
Twins in Minneapolis the National League conquered the 
American League by 6-5. Acrowd of over 47, 000 saw Willie 
Mays hit the first pitch of the game for a home run. 
(KHSAA). 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1966, j-s-c-a, ^V^ reels, 
color, $1.00. 

The greats of the National League battle the stars of 
the American League in the new 26 million dollar Busch 
Stadium at St. Louis. The National League won the game in 
the tenth inning as Tim McCarver scored on a single by 
Maury Wills. Close-ups of the stars are shown as they 
warm up for each game. (KHSAA). 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1967, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 
color, $1.00. 

The National and American League All-Star Game 
was played in the new Anaheim Stadium, home of the 
California Angels. The Phillies' Richie Allen homered in 
the first inning and Frank Robinson of Baltimore tied the 
score in the second. In the fifteenth inning Tony Perez of 
Cincinnati broke the tie and won the game for the National 
League by hitting a home run. (KHSAA). 

BASEBALL HALL OF FAME, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, color, $1 .00. 
This film shows the annual meeting at Cooperstown, 
N.Y. when new names are added to the Hall of Fame list. 
Numerous stars of the past return to the shrine each year at 
this time and are shown as their feats on the diamond are 
related. The history of Cooperstown and the purpose of 
the Hall of Fame are explained in the picture. 

BASEBALL TODAY, 16 mm, 28 minute sound, color (or 
black & white). 

Special visual effects and interesting play situations 
aid the player, coach and umpire in gaining a better 
understanding of the rules. Baseball fans will also find this 
excellent teaching film will add a great deal to their 
appreciation and enjoyment of the great American 
pastime, baseball. This picture was produced under the 
direction of the Nat'l. Fed. of State High School 
Associations and approved by the Nat'l. Fed. Baseball 
Rules Committee. 

(Continued in April ATHLETE) 



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FRANKLIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL — RUNNER-UP 
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1980 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentuciiy High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLII-NO. 9 



APRIL, 1980 



$1.00 Per Year 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of tfie Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Executive Inn-East, 
Louisville, on Friday, March 28, 1980. The meeting vjas 
called to order at 9:00 A.M. by President Barney Thweatt. 
All Board members. Commissioner Tom Mills, Assistant 
Commissioners Louis Stout, Brigid L. DeVries and Billy V. 
Wise were present. Conley Manning was present 
representing the State Department of Education and 
Darrell Wells represented the State School Boards 
Association. The invocation was given by Barney Thweatt. 

Joseph McPherson moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore, that the minutes of the January meeting be 
approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

As there were a number of guests sitting in on the 
meeting. President Thweatt asked them to introduce 
themselves to the Board of Control members. 

Mr. Mills reported that the East Eligibility Committee 
met at the Holiday Inn, Richmond, Kentucky, on March 20, 
1980, to hear an appeal in the eligibility case of Andy 
Langley, a student at Elizabethtown High School. 
Committee members present were Jack Burkich, FairceO. 
Woods, Zeb Blankenship, J.D. Minnehan and Norman 
Passmore. Attorney G. William Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Burton 
Langley and Andy Langley were present to present the 
appeal. 

Following the presentation of the appeal and several 
questions by members of the Eligibility Committee, Zeb 
Blankenship moved, seconded by Norman Passmore, that 
the East Eligibility Committee recommend to the Board of 
Control that By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, not be 
waived in this case. The motion passed unanimously. 

Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Robie 
Harper, that the Board accept the recommendation of the 
Eligibility Committee in this case. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills gave the results of the recent 
balloting for Board membership for Sections 1-4, Sections 
5-8, Section 7 and Section 8. The balloting was as follows; 
Sections 1-4, George Carson; Whayland Coleman 81; 
Charles Henry 25; John R. Whiting 30. Sections 5-8, E.R. 
Gray 43; Alvis Johnson 62. Section 7, Charles Black 24; 
Harold E. Combs 10. Section 8, John Brock 29; Paul 
Reliford 6. 

Recommendations of the Football Committee was 
reported to the Board by Mr. Mills. Copies of the 
recommendation, listing the schools in their proper 
classification was sent to all football playing schools. The 
classification changes were made according to 
membership enrollment figures provided by the State 
Board for Elementary and Secondary Education at the end 
of the first month of the 1979-80 school year, which 
resulted in a number of Jefferson County schools moving 
to Class AAA. Therefore, the present alignment is subject 
to change since the 1981-82 assignments will be based 
upon the membership enrollment figures received at the 
end of the first month of the 1980-81 school year. 

There was a discussion of new proposals to be 
submitted by Prin. David Points, Montgomery County 
High School, and the State Board for Elementary and 
Secondary Education at the forthcoming Delegate 
Assembly. A list of these proposals appear elsewhere in 
this issue of the ATHLETE and copies have been sent to all 
member school representatives and Delegates. 

Mr. Mills gave a brief report on the Girls' State High 



School Basketball Tournament. He stated that he will have 
a more detailed report at the April meeting. He also took 
this time to thank the people in Louisville for their help with 
the promotion of the Boys' State Tournament. A financial 
audit of both tournaments will appear in the August 
ATHLETE. 

Commissioner Mills reported that on February 20, 
1 980, he met with the State Department for Elementary and 
Secondary Education to discuss the classification in 
basketball. Even though the K.H.S.A.A. has sent two 
surveys in the past to the member schools on basketball 
classification, the State Department recommended that 
another survey or ballot be sent to the Board Appointed 
Representatives and that they be sent by registered mail 
with a return deadline. After a lengthy discussion, Norman 
Passmore moved, seconded by Fairce O. Woods, that the 
recommendation of the State Department for Elementary 
and Secondary Education be accepted. The motion 
passed unanimously. President Barney Thweatt requested 
that the Basketball Committee prepare the survey form to 
be presented to the Board Appointed Representatives and 
present it to the full Board for approval during the April 
Meeting. 

Mr. Mills presented the following report on the 
litigation involving Michael Bandy, Greenville High 
School. Michael was declared ineligible under the 
Kentucky High School AThletic Association By-Law 6, 
Section 1, Transfer Rule, to participate in interscholastic 
athletics. The player, through his grandfather, appealed 
the decision of the K.H.S.A.A. Board to the Kentucky State 
Board for Secondary and Elementary Education and said 
Board upheld the ruling of the High School Athletic 
Association. Thereafter, Michael Bpndy filed suit in the 
Muhlenberg Circuit Court and was granted a temporary 
injunction by the Circuit Court Judge. This temporary 
injunction allowed Bandy to participate in interscholastic 
athletics. The K.H.S.A.A. immediately appealed the case to 
the Kentucky Court of Appeals and that Court, without 
opinion, refused to grant interlocutory relief from the 
injunction issued by the Muhlenberg Circuit. Immediately 
after the Court of Appeals ruling, anappeal was filed to the 
Supreme Court of Kentucky. The Supreme Court granted 
the interlocutory relief and dissolved the injunction. 

Doug Ruedlinger, with whom the K.H.S.A.A. has 
catastrophe insurance coverage, has informed Mr. Mills 
that they will raise the catastrophe insurance plan from 
$75,000.00 to $100,000.00 at the same premium cost 
($17,500.00). Mr. Ruedlinger also asked permission to 
send brochures to all member schools informing them of 
the insurance plan they have to offer for the first $1,000.00 
coverage. He asked for an updated letter from 
Commissioner Mills to go along with the brochures. Zeb 
Blankenship moved, seconded by Fairce O. Woods, that 
the Commissioner by authorized to send a cover letter to 
the insurance company. The motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills readaletterof resignation as a member of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control from Mr. D. J. Ramsey stating 
that he had found it necessary to retire. Mr. Ramsey 
thanked the Board for the privilege of serving with them 
and how impressed he had been with the leadership of the 
Board members who serve with open minds and strive for 
consistency. Jack Burkich moved, seconded by Zeb 
Blankenship, that D. J. Ramsey's resignation be accepted. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Continued on Page 2 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1980 



APRIL, 1980 VOL. XLII — NO. 9 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association. Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103 Act of October 3, 1S17, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V, WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Barney Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville 

Vice Pres. . Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Directors Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg, 

Pete Grigsby (1978-1980) McDowell: Robie Harper, Jr. 
(1979-1983) Drakesboro; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville; J. D, Minnehan (1978-1982). LaGrange; 
Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington; Walter Pickett 
(1980-1982), Valley Station; Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) 
Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

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Minutes of Board Meeting 

Continued from Page 1 

Robie Harper moved, seconded by Joseph 
McPherson, that the Board direct the Commissioner to 
fulfill the vacancy on the Board within sixty days. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills informed the Board that a complaint had 
been filed with the Department of Health Education and 
Welfare by individuals representing several Kentucky 
organizations, which alleges discrimination against 
students based on sex in violation of Section 86.14 of the 
DHEW federal regulations implementing Title IX of the 
Education Amendments Act of 1972. The complaint was 
filed against the Kentucky State Board for Elementary and 
Secondary Education charging that the K.H.S.A.A., the 
agent of the state controlling interscholastic athletics, 
discriminates on the basis of sex by denying equal athletic 
programing in such areas as track, cross country, fencing 
and gymnastics. Failure to offer state tournament 
competition in such sports as volleyball, Softball and field 
hockey were listed as alleged examples of discrimination. 
They further charged that equal athletic benefits are 
denied in the site selection of the girls' state basketball 
tournament. Mr. Mills explained that individual Board 
members would be supplied a copy of these complaints 
along with his response prior to the April Board meeting. 

Fairce O. Woods moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore, that all bills of the Association for the period 
beginning January 1, 1980, and ending February 29, 1980, 
be allowed. The motion carried unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control was 
scheduled for April 17, 1980, 3:00 P.M., at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, Lexington. 

There being no further business Fairce O. Woods 
moved, seconded by Zeb Blankenship, thatthe meeting be 
adjourned. The motion carried unanimously. 



1980 K.H.S.A.A. ANNUAL MEETING 

The business meeting of the K.H.S.A.A. will be held on 
Friday, April 18, at 1 1 :00 A.M., in the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association Building, 560 East Cooper Drive, 
Lexington, Kentucky. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution, the following changes in the Constitution 
and By-Laws will be acted upon by the Delegate Assembly. 

Proposal I 

Principal David S. Points, Montgomery County High 
School, proposes that By-Law 4, Age, be changed to read 
as follows: "A contestant becomes ineligible on his/her 
nineteenth birthday with the following exceptions: If the 
age of nineteen is attained after the sport season has 
started, he/she remains eligible for the remainder of the 
season in that sport. Forthe application ofthis rule, the fall 
sports season shall begin on August 1, the winter sports 
season on November 1, and the spring sports season on 
March 1." 

Proposal II 

The State Board for Elementary and Secondary 
Education, through an adhoc committee composed of 
Superintendents, Principals and Coaches, proposes that 
By-Law 29, Requirement for Coaches, be amended to read 
as follows: "Coaches of athletic teams of members ofthis 
Association shall be certified teachers and members of 
their regular school systems. They shall be regularly 
employed by their Board of Education, and their entire 
salaries shall be paid by such boards; they shall teach a 
minimum of three regular periods of classes, gymnasium, 
study halls, or other activity assignments within the 
school's schedule. Whenever a local school district is 
unable to staff an athletic program under the above rule, 
the local district superintendent may request the 
Commissioner to approve, for one school year, an 
alternative staffing arrangement provided appropriate 
justification is given in writing on forms provided tjy the 
Commissioner. As long as a paraprofessional is acting 
within thescopeof authority as set forth in704KAR 15:080 
and KRS 161:010; 161:044, he/she may assist coaches. 

All schools shall comply with the provisions of this 
rule in order to qualify for and to maintain membership in 
the Association. 

A head coach in football, basketball, baseball and 
wrestling shall attend one clinic in the sport involved." 



Rifle Marksmanship Results 

Thomas Jefferson High School has won the team and 
individual State Rifle Marksmanship Championship on 
April 5, 1980. The team score ws 1421 with Teresa Williams 
taking individual honors with a score of 291. 

Twelve teams competed in the tournament which was 
held at Jeffersontown High School. Team scores are as 
follows: 

Thomas Jefferson (1421)— Fitch 283; Thompson, 289; 
McWilliams, 287; Williams, 291; Bridwell, 271. 

Jeffersontown (1387)— Schroering, 291; Graham, 276; 
Easton, 278; Latta, 271; Samuels, 271. 

Greenup County (1382)— Duncan, 283; Dowdell,278; 
Floyd, 281; Adkins, 273; Potter, 267. 

Fern Creek (1339)— Jones, 259; Boyd, 280; French, 
278; Blacketer, 270; Omar, 252. 

Owensboro (1296)— Dehaven, 276; Jessup, 255; 

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Page Three 



SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. STATE TRACK MEET 
Classes A, AA, AAA Boys — Classes A, AA, AAA Girls 



FINALS — Saturday 
TRACK 

10:00 A Girls 
10:05 AA Girls 
10:10 AAA Girls 
10:20 A Boys 
10:25 AA Boys 
10:30 AAA Boys 
10:40 A Girls 
10:45 AA Girls 
10:50 AAA Girls 
10:55 A Boys 
1 1 :00 AA Boys 
11:05 AAA Boys 
11:10 A Girls 
11:20 AA Girls 
11:30 AAA Girls 
11:40 A Boys 
11:50 AA Boys 
12:00 AAA Boys 
12:10 A Girls 
12:20 AA Girls 
12:30 AAA Girls 
12:40 A Boys 
12:50 AA Boys 
1 :00 AAA Boys 

1:30 A Girls 
1:35 AA Girls 
1:40 AAA Girls 
1:45 A Boys 
1 :50 AA Boys 
1 :55 AAA Boys 
2:05 A Girls 
2:10 AA Girls 
2:15 AAA Girls 
2:20 A Boys 
2:25 AA Boys 
2:30 AAA Boys 
2.40 A Girls 
2:50 AA Girls 
3:00 AAA Girls 
3:10 A Boys 
3:20 AA Boys 
3:30 AAA Boys 



May 24, 1980 

100m Low Hurdles (110 yds) 

100m Low Hurdles (110 yds) 

100m Low Hurdles (1 10 yds) 

110m High Hurdles (120 yds) 

110m High Hurdles (120 yds) 

110m High Hurdles (120 yds) 

100m Dash (100 yds.) 

100m Dash (100 yds) 

100m Dash (100 yds) 

100m Dash (100 yds) 

100m Dash (100 yds) 

100m Dash (100 yds) 

1600m Run (1 mile run) 

1600m Run (1 mile run) 

1600m Run (1 mile run) 

1600m Run (1 mile run) 

1600m Run (1 mile run) 

1600m Run (1 mile run) 

880 yd. relay 

880 yd. relay 

880 yd. relay 

880 yd. relay 

880 yd. relay 

880 yd. relay 

LUNCH BREAK 

400m Dash (440 yd) 

400m Dash (440 yd) 

400m Dash (440 yd) 

400m Dash (440 yd) 

400m Dash (440 yd) 

400m Dash (440 yd) 

300m Low Hurdles (330 yd) 

300m Low Hurdles (330 yd) 

300m Low Hurdles (330 yd) 

300m Low Hurdles (330 yd) 

300m Low Hurdles (330 yd) 

300m Low Hurdles (330 yd) 

880 yd. medley relay 

880 yd. medley relay 

880 yd. medley relay 

800m Run (880 yd run) 

800m Run (880 yd run) 

800m Run (880 yd run) 



3:40 A Girls 
3:50 AA Girls 
4:00 AAA Girls 
4:10 A Boys 
4:15 AA Boys 
4:20 AAA Boys 
4:25 A Girls 
4:30 AA Girls 
4:35 AAA Girls 
4:40 A Boys 
4:55 AA Boys 
5:10 AAA Boys 
5:25 A Girls 
5:35 AA Girls 
5:45 AAA Girls 
5:55 A Boys 
6:05 AA Boys 
6:15 AAA Boys 
6:25 A Girls 
6:35 AA Girls 
6:45 AAA Girls 
7:00 AWARDS 



SHOT 

9:00 Boys A 
10:30 Boys AA 
12:00 Boys AAA 
1:30 Girls A 
3:00 Girls AA 
4:30 Girls AAA 



DISCUS 

9:00 Girls AAA 
10:30 Girls AA 
12:00 Girls A 
1 :30 Boys A 
3:00 Boys A A 
4:30 Boys AAA 



800m Run (880 yd run) 

800m Run (880 yd run) 

800m Run (880 yd run) 

200m Dash (220 yd) 

200m Dash (220 yd) 

200m Dash (220 yd) 

200m Dash (220 yd) 

200m Dash (220 yd) 

200m Dash (220 yd) 

3200m Run (2 mile run) 

3200m Run (2 mile run) 

3200m Run (2 mile run) 

Mile Relay (4 x 440 yd) 

Mile Relay (4 x 440 yd) 

Mile Relay (4 x 440 yd) 

Mile Relay (4 x 440 yd) 

Mile Relay (4 x 440 yd) 

Mile Relay (4 x 440 yd) 

440 yd relay 

440 yd relay 

440 yd relay 



FIELD EVENTS 



HIGH JUMP 

9:00 Girls A 
10:30 Girls AA 
12:00 Girls AAA 
1:30 Boys A 
3:00 Boys AA 
4:30 Boys AAA 

LONG JUMP 

9 00 Boys AAA 
i j:30 Boys AA 
12:00 Boys A 
1:30 Girls A 
3:00 Girls AA 
4:30 Girls AAA 



POLE VAULT TRIPLE JUMP 

9:00 Boys A 12:00 (Noon) Boys AAA 

12:00 Boys AA 2:00 Boys AA 

3:00 Boys AAA 4:00 Boys A 

(In Regional and Sectional Meets the track events should be run in this order.) 



Rifle Marksmanship Results 

Continued from Page 2 



Johnson, 262; Hill, 259; Moore, 244. 

Bourbon County (1278)— M. Ormes, 273; Stevens, 
268; Bills, 249; D. Ormes, 239; Hash, 259. 

Fort Knox (1228)— Perez, 266; Golden, 251 ; Gray, 232; 
Harker, 232; Miller, 247. 

Male (1097)— Stacey, 216; Becker, 228; Welch, 255; 
Gering, 229; Pitts, 169. 

Valley (1093)— Peak, 245; Stinnett, 208; Hafling, 249; 
Heath, 182; Dickerson, 209. 

Seneca (1050)— Harrington, 279; Lisanby, 266; Ford, 
240; Schweinhart, 265. 

Breathitt County (1041)— demons, 224; Combs, 204; 
Haddis, 173; Jewell, 215; Little, 225. 

Paul Blazer (1028)— Allen, 249; Bach, 131; Carroll, 
214; Adkins, 209; Stien, 225. 



State Track Meet Information 

Friday, May 23, 1980 

Practice Schedule: The Shively Track will be open for 
practice all day up until 6:45 P.M. for those who wish to use 
it. 

Team Packets: Team packets and numbers can be 
picked up from 4:00-6:00 P.M. in front of the Shively Sports 
Center Building or Saturday morning May 24 from 8:00- 
9:30 A.M. at the gate to the Track. 

Coaches Meeting: There will be a coaches and 
officials meeting at 6:00 P.M. at the Shively Sports Center, 
Room 102. 

Clinic: There will be a track coaches mini-clinic from 
6:45-9:00 P.M. Place: Meet on the track or in case of rain 
meet in Room 102 at the Shively Sports Center Building. 
Coordinator: Pat Etcheberry, University of Kentucky 
Track Coach. 

CORRECTION: Class A region originally scheauiea 
for Greensburg (Green County High School) has been 
moved to Bardstown. Tom Williams will be the manager. 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1980 



MERCY ACADEMY — SEMI-FINALIST 
1980 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Tammie WIgginton, Rosemary Finch, Sandy Kinkton, Lisa Williams, Joani Hell, Mary Ann Blair. 
Second Row: Teri Stickler, Mary Poschinger, Kay Hancock, Jill Sander, Gina Seilkant, Gloria Montano. Third Row: 
Mgr. Karen Lichtefeid, Ass't Coach Steve Kaufman, Mgr. Tory Coniiffe, Mgr. Kathy Voor, Mgr. Terri Conly, Coach 
Charlie Just. 



1980 Certified and Approved 
Baseball Officials 

A number of K.H.S A A. registered officials fiave qualified for 
tfie advanced rating of Certified and Approved as a result of ttie 
National Federation Baseball Examination for fiigfier rating wtiich 
was given on March 25, 1980: 

Cemiied 
Ashley, Kenneth 



Bell, Ronald Keith 
Bernardini, Bruno 
Bertsch, Ronald L. 
Brown, Barry D. 
BrovKn, J.W. "Scoop" 
Brown, James W. 
Burdette, Wally M. 
Burkeen, Phillip C. 
Butcher, David N. 
Butcher, Stephen D. 
Cambron, John Lane 
Cooper, Willie V. 
Crager, Bobby F. 
Gulp, Leo 
Daniel, Roger T. 
Davis, Jay W. 
Dill, J. Roger 
Divine, Wayne L. 
Duerson, William R. 
Dwyer, James E. Jr. 
Dwyer, Robert H. 
East, William L. 
Edmondson, Johnny B. 
Emmons, Guy W. 



Frankel, Louis S. 
Gillaspie, Robert M. 
Gilmore, Donald 
Green, Donald P. 
Hardin, Don G. 
Henderson, Charles A. 
Henson, Don R. 
Herp, Kenneth R. Jr. 
Herrick, Calvin P. Jr. 
Higgins, James P. 
Hill, Christopher D. 
Hiipp, Louis E. 
Hopson, James E. 
Hudson, Mark D. 
Hunter, Harold J. 
Ives, Rick D. 
Johnson, Kenneth W. 
Johnson, W. Lynn 
Joseph, Charles S, 
Keeling, Reuben 
Kimmel, Jerry 
King, James A. 
Kluepfel, Joseph C. 
Kouns, Robert H, 
Lamar, Huston O. 



League, Jack F. 
Lynch, Lester F. 
McClure, Jerry T. 
McMurtrey, Tom 
Markham, Stan P. 
Marlette, Ronald L. 
Meyers, John F. 
Mooneyhan, James H. 
Moore, Phillip H. 
Morgan, Charles B. Jr. 
Morgan, Richard 
Mulligan, James T. 
Nash, Richard C. 
Norwood, Thomas R. 
Ramey, Gary 
Reif, Harry F. 
Rogers, Eldridge 
Sackett, Eugene W. 
Shaw, Earl 

Adams, Jerry D. 
Almand, David F. 
Arflin, Tracy T. II 
Avard, Ralph Edward 
Back. Philip D. 
Baker, William A. 
Barnard, Phillip E. 
Barnard, Rodney E. 
Bartley, David 
Beavers, Daniel F. 
Bell, Steve C. 
Branstetter, Charles E. 
Bratcher, Delmer 
Breeden, Alan G. 
Burnett, Jesse 



Approved 



Sherman, Inman J. Jr. 
Snell, Johnny 
Spratling, Obie L. 
Strain, Richard P. 
Stull, Benjamin C. 
Tucker, Jerome L. 
Tyre, Donald C. 
Uriage, Dick 
VanHooser, Phillip 
Walker, Joe D. 
Washer, Jamie D. 
Westcott, J H. 
Williams, James A. 
Winfrey, William Shelby 
Wingfieid, Felix G. Ill 
Woodward, J.W. "Bill" 
Wright, John David 
Zirnheld, Leonard 



Carlton, Robert W. 
Coleman, Clarence R. 
Colon, William Jeff 
Crittenden, Fred M. 
Cull, Robert E. 
Day, Ronnie W. 
Driver, Bob D. 
Duke, Donald T. 
Ferrell, Gene Lawrence 
Foulks, Michael D. 
Fraley, Charlie L. 
Froedge, Mark Wayne 
Glisker, Barry A. 
Gregory, C. Wayne 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1980 



SACRED HEART ACADEMY — GIRLS' CHAMPION 
1980 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Julie Roberts, Trina Reisert, Palsy OToole, Lynda Collins. Second Row: Diane Morgan, 
Theresa Scheld, Martha Curley, Kelly Day, Jane Sullivan. 



ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL — BOYS' CHAMPION 
1980 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Curley, M. Ryan, D. Carey, J. Gleason, S. IHorreil, M. Johmann, D. Buchart, T. Currie. 
Second Row: J. Bledenbender, G. Guinn, S. Sims, T. Duffy, P. Klelne-Kracht, G. Dumstorf, S. Legier, R. Schweitzer, 
J. Schleck. Third Row: T. Borders, B. Tlnl(er, J. Augustus, S. Rhoades, B. Hiilebrand, J. Emrlch, C. Makk, H. Thoben. 
Fourth Row: M. Dumstorf, T. ZInk, J. Tierney, S. Makk, E. Schwietz, M. Scheid. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1980 



Page Seven 



1980 Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Ky., February 22-23, 1980 



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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1. Central (T. Trees, R. Browning 

T. Miller, D. Brent 1:54.9 

2. Sacred Heart (N. Hennessy, J. 
Sullivan, L. Collins D. Morgan) 1.55.8 

3. Conner (K. Turner, L. Crowe, K. 
Moore. C. Martin) 2:00.8 

4. Beechwood (J. Heidrich, L. Muller, 

L. Schneider, L. Moelker) 2:01.4 

Notre Dame (A. Staub, L. Woltenberg, 

S. Thelen, M. Moyer) 2:02.4 

Lafayette (D. Vineyard, M. Nealis, 

L. Bridwell, M. Sammartin) 2:03.6 

Central set a new state record with their 

time of 1:54,976. 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle 

Lydia Plamp, KCD 1:59.3 

Nancy Hennessy, Sacred Heart 2:00.8 
Sarah Carnes, Elizabethtown . 2:01.9 
Tracy Robinson, Bryan Station 2:03.3 

Andrea Kuhl, Ft. Campbell 2:03.6 

Marcie Sammartin, Lafayette .. 2:04.9 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley 

Tori Trees, Central 2:11.8 

Jane Sullivan, Sacred Heart . . . 2:15.9 
Caroline Thompson. Manual .. 2:19.0 
Lisa Goodman, Shelby Co. ... 2:19.1 

Laura Murphy, Henry Clay 2:19.5 

Theresa Scheld, Sacred Heart 2:20.0 
Trees set a new state record with her 

time of 2:11.880. 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle 

1. Peggy Saalfeld, Model 24.5 



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2 Carol Landry, Eastern 

3. Beth Bankemper, Highlands 

4. Diane Morgan, Sacred Heart 

5. Karen Jagoe, Daviess Co. . 

6. Anne Powell, Bowling Green 

5. One Meter Diving 

Ellen McGrath, Male 

Paula Crail, Notre Dame . . . 

Gail Vasterling, Apollo 

Mary Besten, Sayre 

Patsy OToole, Sacred Heart 
Trina Reisert, Sacred Heart 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly 

Karen Turner, Conner 1 

Robin Browning, Central 1 

Patricia Miller, Central 1 

Laura Murphy, Henry Clay .... 1 
Shirley Hebestreet, Ballard ... 1 
Karen Smith, Bowling Green .. 1 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle 

Carol Landry, Eastern 

Peggy Saalfeld. Model 

Beth Bankemper, Highlands 
Diane Morgan, Sacred Heart 
Sarah Carnes, Elizabethtown 

Teri Terrell, Paul Blazer 

Landry set a new state record with her 

time of 52.688. 

8. 500 Yard Freestyle 

1. Robin Browning, Central 5:17.8 

2. Lydia Plamp, KCD 5:19.7 

3. Martha Curley, Sacred Heart . . 5:23.8 

4. Linda Collins, Sacred Ht 5:24.8 



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6. Marcie Sammartin, Lafayette . . 5:44.2 

9. 100 Yard Backstroke 

Karen Turner, Conner 

Tori Trees, Central 

Nancy Hennessy, Sacred Ht 

Julie Heidrich, Beechwood 

Shirley Hebestreet, Ballard 

Amy Bateson, Highlands 

Turner set a new state record with her 

time 01 59.993 

10. 100 Yard Breaststroke 
1 Becky Ritehon, Western . . 

Patricia Miller, Central 

Jane Sullivan, Sacred Heart 

Beverly Acker, Model 

Lisa Goodman, Shelby Co. 
Theresa Scheid, Sacred Ht. 

11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 
Model (B. Lane, D. Lichty. B. Acker, 

P. Saalfeld) 3:51.6 

Highlands (N. Moore, T. Hayes, A. 

Wilson, B. Bankemper) 3:54.8 

Bowling Green (K. Smith. C. Smith, 

L. Hovious, A. Powell) 3:56.7 

Paul Blazer (J. Dils, L. Bardy, A. Asher. 

T. Torrell) 4:02.2 

Notre Dame (M Thomson, J. Maier. 

M. Lueke, A. Romes) 4:02.7 

Sacred Heart (K. Reisert, M. Curley. 
K. Day, T. Scheid) 4:05.7 



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1:09.2 
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1:10.0 
1:11.6 
1:12.6 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1980 



1980 Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Ky., February 22-23, 1980 



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1. St. Xavier (D. Buchart, J. Turney, 

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4. Covington Catholic (R. Dickman, T, 
McCay, S. Vennefron, J. 

Scheper) 1:49.1 

5. Tates Creek (J. Bakehorn, O. Snyder, 
J, Hadden, C. Mathies) 1:49.4 

6. Franklin Co. (E. Burge, J. Cox, R. 
Hilborn, B. Oberg) 1:49.8 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle 

1. Bruce Dorman, Ky. Ctry Day . 1:45.0 

2. Bary Bunch, Lafayette 1:48.0 

3. Fred Creamer, Model 1:50.2 

4. Bill Hofacre, Gov. Catholic 1:50.9 

5. D. Lambert, Ballard 1:51.4 

6 Todd Barry, Central 1:52.7 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley 

1. Jamie Barnett, Male 2:00.8 

2. Craig Oney, Paul Blazer 2:01.5 

3. Bill Padgett, Trinity 2:02.7 

4. Mike Young, Trinity 2:03.0 

5. Eric Schwietz, St. Xavier 2:06.8 

6. Mike Neal, Central 2:07.0 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle 

1 . Bob Wynkoop, Atherton 22.9 

2. Andy Bertke, Beechwood 23.0 

3. Sean Schubert, Model 23.1 



4 Mark Logan, Henderson Co 23 3 

5. Steve Crocker, Franklin Sim 23.4 

6. Brian Oberg, Franklin Co 23.5 

5. One Meter Diving 

1 Dan Watson, Russell 504.05 

2 Woody Franklin, Ky. Ctry. Day 410.80 

3. Robbie Cottrell, Russell 390.85 

4 Greg Bennett, St. Xavier 356.25 

5. Brent Lichty, Model 326.25 

6. Tim O'Brien, Conner 307.20 

Watson set a new record in diving with 

the score of 504.05. 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly 

1. Joe York, Atherton 55.6 

2. Mike Curley, St. Xavier 56.2 

3. John Brucato, Gov. Catholic 56.7 

4. Jamey Hadden, Tates Creek 56 9 

5. Scott Vennefrom, Gov. Gath 57.0 

6. Scott Street, Russell 57.6 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle 

1 , Gary Bunch, Lafayette 48.9 

2 Mark Rock, Eastern 49.2 

3. Brian Oberg, Franklin Co 50.2 

4. Ben Meisenheimer, Model 50.7 

5. Matt Dressman, Gov. Gath 50.8 

6. Andy Bertke, Beechwood 51.4 

8. 500 Yard Freestyle 

1. Bruce Dorman, Kt. Ctry. Day . 4:45.8 

2. Craig Oney, Paul Blazer 4:52.5 

3. Bill Hofacre, Gov. Gath 4:58.0 

4. Mike Curley, St. Xavier 4:58.9 

5. Fred Creamer, Model 5:08.8 



6 Rob Wileman, Ballard 5:11,5 

Dorman set a new state record with his 
time of 4:45.862. 

9. 100 Yard Backstroke 

1. David Buchart, St. Xavier 56.4 

2. Joe York, Atherton 56.6 

3. Eric Schwietz, St. Xavier 57.1 

4. Bob Wynkoop, Atherton 58.0 

5. Philip Shine. Jessamine Co. .. 1:00.2 

6. Matt Dressman, Gov. Gath. ... 1:01.3 

10. 100 Yard Breaststroke 

1 Jamie Barnett, Male 1:02.5 

2. Bill Padgett, Trmity 1:02.6 

3. Don Combs, Model 1:04.2 

4. Ronnie Donaldson, Bowling Gr. 1:04.7 

5. John Tierney, St. Xavier 1:05.0 

6. Ben Wells, Russell 1:05.3 

11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1. Model (S. Schubert, D. Combs, F. 

Creamer, B. Meisenheimer) ... 3:19.7 

2 Ballard (D. Lambert, B. Pearson, R. 
Wileman, P. Ackhoff) 3:23.1 

3. Covington Catholic (R. Staub, M. Dress- 
man, S. Vennefron, B. Hofacre) 3;25.9 

4. Trintiy (M. Young, M. Mays, C. 
Padgett, B. Padgett) 3:27.2 

5. St. Xavier (S. Horrell, D. Carey, E. 
Schweitz, M. Scheid) 3:31 .1 

6. Central (M. Neal, N. Floyd. T. 

Willingham, T, Barry) 3:34.2 

Model set a new state record in this 

event with their time of 3:19.780. 



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Continued from Page 4 

Grey, Don L. 
Hamm, Michael R. 
Hargrove, David L. 
Hayes, Bob 
Heaberlin, Bill Sr. 
Heckel, Richard D^ 
Herp, James R. 
Hill, Myron K. 
Holt, Larry K. 
Johnson, David L. 
Kersey, Warren D. 
Kleitz, Jerry D. 
Lewis, Joseph C. 
McNeill, Barney L. 
Maddox, Robert V. 
Matusiak, Martin H. 
Mauzy, Leslie Craig 
Meacham, Gregory L. 



Officials 



Montgomery, billy U. 
Morgan, Keith P. 
Mosley, David 
Moss, Walter W. 
Osborne, Robert L. 
Pierce, Frank D. Jr. 
Polivick, David T. 
Read, Ray V. 
Roof, David H. 
Sawyers, Randall 
Sawryers, Willie Gene 
Schaefer, Raymond Michael 
Scott, W.L. 

Shartzer, Keith Bennett 
Smart, John S, 
Stiles, George A. 
Wade, Charles O. 
Wadlington, Carroll G. 
Woodard, William P. 



Registered Baseball Officials 
of the K.H.S.A.A.-1980 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, it is the 
home phone unless otherwise designated. If two numbers are 
given, the first is that of the home phone. 
Adair, Michael P., 7223 Heatherly Sq., Louisville, 40222, 425-6662, 

812-283-6611 
Adams, Benny, Route 1, Buckhorn, 41721, 398-7176 
Adams, George David, Box 35. Isom, 41824, 633-5457, 663-7787 
Adams, Jerry D., 2289 B. Alexandria Dr., Lexington, 40504, 276- 

1728 
Adams, Lee David, Pine Top, 41843, 642-3414, 642-3413 
Adams, Mark, Route 1, Greenville, 42345, 338-3451, 821-1661 
Adams, Ronald, 313 West Center, Mayfield, 42066, 247-5261 
Aitken, Kenneth P., P.O. Box 795, Owingsville, 40360, 674-6897, 

674-6416 
Akins, Gary Wade, Box 80 Julip Route, Williamsburg, 40769, 549- 

5921 
Allen, Christopher T., Rt #2, Box 567, Portsmouth, Ohio 45662, 614- 

776-6492, 614-353-1161 
Allen, Jeffery K., 238 N. Padgett, Morganfield, 42437, 389-2773 
Allen, Phillip B., 2844 Bexley Ct., Louisville, 40306, 897-9207, 589- 

5229 
Almand, David F., 214 Liberty St., Franklin, 42134, 586-5475 
Amis, John Paul, Rt. 1, Box 21, Buckhorn, 41721, 389-7591 
Amis, Yancy, Rt. 1, Box 20, Buckhorn, 41721, 398-7595, 398-7591 
Andress, William J., 67 Burney Lane, Ft. Thomas, 41075, 781-2461, 

621-3720 
Andrews, Gregory A., Rt. 2, Guthrie, 42234, 483-2484 
Angelucci, Armand R. Jr., 304 Culpepper Rd., Lexington, 40502, 

266-6316 
Arllin, Tracy T. II., 369 S. Atcher St., Radcliff, 40160, 351-6226 
Arlinghaus, Robert L., Box 35D Jones Rd., Walton, 41094, 356- 

2828, 342-6400 
Arnold, James R., 2322 Willow Lane, Apt 87, Crescent Springs, 

41017, 341-8437, 561-4225 
Ash, Mikie L., 2667 Deltr Ct., Radcliff, 40160, 351-1893, 624-5652 
Asher, Jacob R., 3323 Nantuckett Dr., Lexington, 40502, 278-8894, 

278-6703 
Ashley, Kenneth, 108 Ohio, Somerset, 42501, 678-8891, 679-1123 
Atwell, Darryl R.. R#2 Pearl Ave, Campbellsville, 42718, 465-2695, 

465-2877 
Atwood, Terry Morris, Route 2, Scottsville, 42164, 622-5734, 232- 

3161 
Avard, Ralph Edward, 1414 S. 3rd St. #1, Louisville, 40208, 637- 

7533. 366-4561 
Back, Philip D., 505 Lynch St., Dawson Springs, 42408, 797-8462, 

797-2991 
Baker, David W., Box 23 K4 House, Georgetown College, George- 
town, 40324, 502-863-7315, 863-8440 
Baker, William A., 5640 A Folger St., Fort Knox, 40121, 624-5565, 

624-7146 
Baldwin, Carl R.. General Delivery, Williamsburg, 40769 
Baldwin, Dennis E., 4605 Myrick PI., Valley Station, 40272, 935- 

0667 
Baldwin, Robert Michael, Richmond Village, Paintsville, 41240, 

789-6888 
Barnard, Phillip E., Rt 10 Box 154E, London, 40741 , 864-9265, 878- 

9300 
Barnard, Rodney E., Rt 1 1 , Box 675, London, 40741 , 864-2590, 864- 

9265 



Barnes, William M., 242 Highview Dr., Versailles, 40383, 873-3833, 

873-8161 
Bartley, David, R1, Box 24, Summer Shade, 42166. 428-5755, 428- 

5344 
Basil. Charles M.. 1506 Sportsman Dr., Jeffersonville, Ind., 47130, 

282-8733 
Bates, James R., Box 2, Ermine, 41815 

Battoe, Darryl S., 3046 Radiance Rd., Louisville, 40220, 451-4563 
Baumann, Michael G., 103 Center St., Wilder, 41071, 431-7034 
Beach, Frank L., Route 2, Box 45, Franklin. 42134, 586-3431, 586- 

4451 
Bearden, Fletcher L., 2904 Palmetto Cr. #E-20, Jeffersontown, 

40299, 267-4761, 456-2530 
Beavers, Daniel F., 514 S. Harrison, Princeton, 42445, 365-9886, 

363-3531 
Belcher, Craig R., Kirwan Tower. Rm#1413, Box 176, Lexington, 

40508, 258-5033 
Bell, Ronald Keith, 239 Tucker Sttion Rd., Middletown, 40243, 345- 

6036, 893-2577 
Bell, Steve C, R.R. 4, Albany, 42602, 387-6521, 387-6611 
Bernardini, Bruno, 203 Taft Drive, Clarksville, Tenn. 37040, 615- 

552-1507, 798-4917 
Bertsch, Ronald L., 113 Moock Rd., Southgate. 41071, 581-5790, 

381-0890 
Biggerstaff, Ronnie, Rt. 1, Box 62, Thornton, 41 855, 633-0742, 633- 

4422 
Biliter, Kenneth N., 337 Linden Walk Apt. 5, Lexington, 40508, 254- 

9432 
Blair, Charles A., 219 Alaska Ave., Whitesburg, 41858, 633-0470 
Blair, Jeff, Box 224, Hindman, 41822, 785-5844, 785-3133 
Bogar, Joseph D., Box 152, Hardy, 41531, 353-9540, 353-7214X-35 
Bond, Terry Lee, 11 Circle Dr., Crestview, 41076, 441-0723, 421- 

1400 
Bottom, Ronnie P., R.R. 1, Elmburg.Pleasurevilie, 40057, 461-7596, 

633-4869 
Bozarth, Robert D., 11112 Taylorsville Rd., Louisville, 40299, 267- 

5995, 267-7270 
Bradley, Robert Q. Jr. 744 S. 32nd St., Louisville, 40211, 776-4122 
Bradshaw, Mickey Lee, Box201A,CartwageRd., California, 41 007, 

635-7087, 635-2118 
Branstetter, Charles Elwood, 1410 Circle Drive, Bowling Green, 

42101,782-2671 
Bratcher, Delmer, 2324 Quinn Dr., Shively, 42016, 447-6691 
Brausch, William David, 22 Geotz Dr.. Coldspring. 41076, 781-1429 
Breeden, Alan G., 402 Kenny Blvd., Louisville. 40214, 363-0459 
Breegle, Bruce M., 1536 Chestnut St., Bowling Green, 42101, 842- 

0778, 843-1814 
Brockman, James P., 250 Sun St., Morehead, 40351, 784-8455, 

784-8956 
Brown, Barry D., 330 Weil Ln., Nicholasville, 40356, 885-6657, 252- 

4902 
Brown, J.W., 975 Waverly, Lexington, 40505, 254-1940, 255-0835 
Brown, James W., Route 2. Hall d.. W. Paducah. 42086. 488-3793 
Brown, Ronald D., Country Club Est., Whetstone Rd., Greenup, 

41144, 473-6060, 836-9223 
Brown, Stanley, Box 1037. Ulvah. 41856, 633-0262 
Browning, Joseph E.. 610 Bruce St.. P.O. Box 96, Lebanon, 40033, 

692-2776. 692-3143 
Bryant, Charles E., 107 Whitney, Lawrenceburg, 40342, 839-6302, 

839-3385 
Bundy. Gerald W., 525 Manchester St.. Barbourville. 40906. 546- 

8679. 546-3441 
Burdette. Wally M.. 525 Auburndale Ave.. Louisville. 40214. 366- 

5559 
Burgess. Blair D.. 5315-D Gardner Ave., Ft. Knox, 40121,624-7965 
Burke, David Dean, 408 3rd Ave., Worthington, 41183, 836-4859, 

324-3129 
Burkeen, Phillip C, 659 Wakefield, Bowling Green, 42101, 842- 

41 82, 782-0088 
Burnett, Jesse. Route 1, Gracey. 235-5995 
Bush. Karmen B., 5814 Brandywyne Ct., Louisville, 40291, 239- 

5627, 267-7486 
Butcher, David N., Box 119, Thelma. 41260. 789-8104, 789-6147 
Butcher, Stephen D., Box 14, Meally, 41234, 789-7084, 432-2733 
Butcher, Steve R., R.R. 3, Maysville, 41056, 742-2392, 564-3393 
Callihan, Jeffrey D., 217 Riverside Dr., Russell, 41169. 836-1854 
Cambron, John Lane, 4 Congress Dr., Morganfield, 42437. 389- 

3087. 822-4494 
Camic, David, R.R. 2, Harrodsburg, 40330, 734-3693. 734-7711 
Canter, Ralph G., 305 Warwick Ct., Versailles, 40383, 873-8529, 

873-8161 
Garden, L. Gene. 1706 Barley Wayn. Bowling Green, 42101, 781- 
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Carl. Ernest Jr., R#5. Paynes Mill Rd.. Versailles. 40383. 873-8433. 

873-7374 
Carl. Parker Loren. 125 Camden Ave.. Versailles. 40383. 873-5995. 

873-7374 
Carlton. Robert W.. 507 S. Railroad St., Earlington. 42410. 383- 

3651. 767-2247 
Carroll. Johnny. Box 212. Benham. 40807. 848. 2827 
Castle. Barry Delmas, Box 371, Owenton, 40359. 484-2335. 484, 

3417 
Castle, Clarence C, P.O. Box 728. Louisa. 41230. 673-3911. 686- 

2415 
Chandler. Douglas P.. 417 Cornelia Ave.. Whitesburg. 41858. 633- 

0051 . 633-2339 
Chandler. Roger A.. Rt 6, Glenn Ave., Shelbyville. 40065. 633-3235. 

633-2653 
Cheek. Alan B.. Apt. 140. 140 Breckinridge. Louisville. 40220. 459- 

0426 
Childers. Charles L.. P.O. Box 2. Stanton. 40380, 663-2791. 663- 

2246 
Christofield, Andrew J . 428 Elm. Ludlow. 41016, 581-4432, 356- 

3146 
Clark. James Russell. Rt. 1. Box 155. Whitesville. 42378. 233-5742. 

233-5253 
Clark. William S. III. 801 Garrard Dr., Owensboro, 42301, 926-1512, 

683-5657 
Claunch, Robert L., 109 Crab Orchard St.. Somerset. 42501. 678- 

5321 
Clay. Scott L . 106 Love St., Glasgow, 42141, 651-5678, 748-4795 
Coleman, Clarence R., 1308 Herr Ln . Louisville, 40222. 426-5288, 

368-2536 
Collier, Doug, 934 Chesterdale Circle, Cincinnati, Ohio. 45246, 

513-671-3140, 341-0216 
Collins, Dermot J,, 1700 Windsor PI., Louisville, 40204. 451-8482. 

588-6737 
Collins. Ricky Everett. Box 1086. Whitesburg. 41858. 633-4310 
Colon. William Jeff. 404 Sylvan Terrace. Hopkinsville, 42240. 886- 

4352 
Comparoni. Peter R.. Rt 3. Box 482. IVIiddlesboro. 40965. 248-3444. 

248-6644 
Compton. Delbert L.. 2309 Pike's Peak. Louisville. 40214, 366-5571 
Compton. Samuel. Box 5. Martin. 41649. 285-9868 
Compton. William L., Rt. 3. Louisa. 41230. 638-9176 
Connor. Gery L.. 108 Mary Lou Dr.. Florence. 41042. 371-8072 
Coomer. Ralph Douglas. Gen. Del.. St. Helens. 41368, 464-3646. 

464-2416 
Cooper. Willie V.. 2550 LaClede Ave.. Paducah. 42001. 443-3107. 

444-7251 
Cornelison. Michael R.. P.O. Box 7. Box 7. Berea, 40403. 986-9568. 

233-2557 
Cornett. Jackie Wayne. Box 266. Cumberland. 40823. 589-4021 
Cox. Charlie. Rt. 2. Box 10. Washington St.. Campton. 41301. 668- 

3402 
Craft. Robert E.. Box 625. South Shore, 41175, 932-9681, X-194 
Crager, Bobby F . 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, Flatwoods, 41139, 836- 

6069. 836-8186 
Creekmore. Milford B.. P.O. Box 368. Pine Knot. 42635. 354-2846, 

376-8585 
Crittenden. Fred M.. 9028C Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624- 

5959, 624-8440 
Cull, Robert E.. Rt. 5. Maysville. 41056. 759-7820, 564-4044 
Culp, Leo, 310 Norwood Ave.. Satellite Beach. Florida. 32937. 305- 

773-9391. 443-1083 
Cunningham. Bobby R . Box 55. Pikeville. 41501. 432-1528. 437- 

6294 
Cunningham, Robert L , Box 576, Stanton. 40380, 663-2674, 886- 

9116 
Curnette. Mike D.. 122 Hillview. Greensburg. 42743. 932-5047 
Daniel. Roger T., Box 15. Paintsville. 41240. 789-3372. 886-2311 
Davis. Jay W.. 710 Pineridge. Hopkinsville. 42240. 885-4684. 885- 

5355 
Davis. Ralph W.. 304 Highland Dr.. Radcliff. 40160. 351-6168. 624- 

3737 
Dawson. Danny R.. Hi Hat. 41636, 377-6847, 452-2122 
Day. Douglas B., 240 Shreveport Cir.. Nicholasville, 40356, 887- 

1801 
Day, Jack L.. 605 Morehead St.. Central City. 42330. 754-4700. 754- 

2272 
Day. Ronnie W . 7834-A Estrada Ave.. Ft. Knox. 40121. 624-6501. 

624-1736 
Deaver. Milford E., 5326-A Fisher Ave.. Ft. Knox. 40121, 624-4575. 

624-8520 
Dewees. William L Jr.. 7007 Ashby Ln. Louisville, 40272. 735-8724 
Dickerson. William B.. 507 N. Madison Ave.. Richmond. 40475 



Dill. J Roger. P.O. Box 561. Mt Washington. 40047. 538-7233 
Diuguid. Duane. 3820 Bahama Dr.. Hopkinsville. 42240. 885-1631 
Divine. Wayne L.. 626 Walnut. Central City. 42330. 754-2783. 754- 

4474 
Dobson. J. Barry. 1814 Versailles Rd. C-10. Lexington, 40504, 254- 

3579 
Dossett. Mac, R.R. #4. Whippoorwill. Marion. 42064, 965-2804, 965- 

3866 
Dotson, Scott J.. 625 Time Drive. Apt. 20. Owensboro. 42301. 683- 

3963. 683-1558 
Dozier. Dennis M., P.O. Box 32. Barbourville. 40915, 546-591 7, 546- 

5181 
Drive, Bob D.. Route 9. Box 174-A. Glasgow. 42141. 651-6477. 651- 

2256 
Duerson. William R.. R-2 Paint Lick. 40461. 925-4072, 925-4071 
Duff, Eddie, Box 142, 593-5137, 593-5171 
Duke, Donald T., 3935 Tanglewood Dr., Hopkinsville, 42240, 885- 

1463 
Dw^er, James E. Jr.. 5612 Ailanthus Trail. Louisville, 40219, 964- 

0426, 452-3140 
Dwyer, Robert H.. 1417 Falcon Drive, Louisville, 40213, 637-7909, 

778-5321 
East, Martin D.. 62 E Lakeside Dr.. Ft. Mitchell. 41017. 341-3169 
East. William L.. 402 Linda Dr.. Hopkinsville. 42240, 886-2146, 886- 

5259 
Easterling, Hager L.. Rt. 1. Box 12. Grayson. 41143. 474-5852 
Echols. Robert L. Jr.. 38 Martin Circle. Paducah. 42001. 257-1508 
Eddleman. Sterling Tom. 9413 Doral Ct. Apt. #3. Louisville. 40220. 

491-9699. 368-5831 
Edmondson. Johnny B.. R.R. #1, Box 232. Glencoe, 41046, 643- 

5288 
Edwards. Shawn. 303 North 3rd St.. Central City, 42330, 754-4556, 

754-2284 
Elliott, Billy A,. 315 N. Brookhaven Dr.. Somerset. 42501 . 679-2921 . 

679-7432 
Emmons. Guy W.. Rt. 2, Box 51. Lanesville. Ind.. 47136. 812-952- 

3850. 367-1781 
Evans. Lewis. R.R. 2. Morgantown. 42261. 526-4310. 526-3361 
Faber. Daniel Richard. 3569 Cornwall. Lexington, 40503, 278-1752 
Faison, Archie R., 4875-H Rose Terrace, Ft. Knox. 401 21. 942-2187. 

624-1244 
Fallin. George (Mike). Rt. 1. Box 947. Hawesville. 42351. 927-6860. 

927-6953 
Ferrell. Gene Lawrence. 2200 Surrey Dr., W. Owensboro, 42301, 

684-0912 
Finch, Steven A., 3808 Grissom Way, Apt. #3. Louisville, 40229, 966- 

9616, 239-5178 
Flannigan, Tom Nelson, Rt. 2. Vanceburg. 41179 
Flaugher. JefferyL . Rt 2. Box 283, Grayson, 41 143, 474-4253, 474- 

6671 
Fliehman. John Richard, Chloe Rd., Pikeville, 41501, 432-8319, 

432-1461 
Forrester. Nicky L.. 1002 W. 2nd, Fulton, 42041, 474-3332, 472- 

1653 
Foulks. Michael D.. 16 Brandyvine Ct.. Highland Heights, 41076, 

781-4862, 491-1125 X-262 
Fox, Croley, Rt. 3. Box 2198. Williamsburg. 40769, 549-0369 
Fox, Randy G.. Box 131, Grand Rivers, 42045, 362-8939, 395-7515 
Fraley. Charlie L. 9057 E Young St.. Ft. Knox. 40121. 624-3860. 624- 

3130 
Frankel. Louis S.. 3723 Stanton Blvd.. Louisville. 40220. 452-6519 
Froedge. Mark Wayne, R.R. 1 . Box 74. Edmonton, 421 29, 432-2592, 

748-4669 
Frymire. L H "Dick ", 101 Spring St., P.O. Box 33, Irvington, 40146, 

547-2553. 547-3951 
Fuchs. Charles "Donuts ". 704 Fifth Ave . Dayton. 41074. 581-6080 
Fulkerson. Thomas A., Philpot R.R. 2. 42366. 281-5778 
Gabbard. William W.. Box 302. Booneville. 41314. 593-6597. 599- 

5185 
Gabriel. Charles R.. 4316 Wingate Rd.. Louisville. 40207. 895-1903 
Gaddis. Scott G.. R.R. 1. Box 228. Owensboro. 42301. 281-5275 
Gardner. Bobby L.. Box 404. Harrodsburg. 40330, 734-2400, 734- 

5423 
George, Douglas, Box 297, London, 40741, 864-5805, 564-4580 
Giacone, Scott A , Box 51, Paint Pick, 40461, 986-8298, 986-9379 
Gibbons. Michael L.. Rt. 5, Box 152. Morehead. 40351. 784-6598, 

784-7293 
Gibson, Jerry, P.O. Box 674, Monticello. 42633, 348-6370, 348- 

8427 
Gibson, Paul D., 423 Rice St.. Louisa. 41230. 638-4755. 638-9676 
Gillaspie. Bob. Rt. 2, Box 5, Dixon, 42409, 639-5522, 639-2661 
Gillenwater, Henry, Rt. 1 , Box 209C, Ironton, Ohio, 45638, 614-532- 

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Gilmore. Donald, 1813 Pearce Ford WKU, Bowling Green. 42101, 

748-2331 , 748-2442 
Giordano, Al, 99 Holly Lane, Princeton, 42445, 365-5680, 365-3531 
Glanzer, Martin L., 418 Scottsville, Greensburg, 42743, 932-3486, 

932-7481 
Glisker, Barry A., 751 A Washington Blvd., Madisonville, 42431, 

821-8169, 821-5141 
Goodlett, Ronald Lee, 351 Princess Cir., Versailles, 40383, 873- 

5754, 873-7374 
Gosman, Carroll E., R.R. #1, Bedford. 40006, 255-3301, 347-5785 
Gosney, Donna J., 2147 Memorial Pkwy., Ft- Thomas, 41075, 781- 

3687 
Gray, Mark Anthony, Box 296, Warsaw, 41095, 567-2279, 567-4811 
Green, Donald P., Box 782, Mayfield, 42066, 247-6038, 247-6445 
Gregory, C. Wayne, General Delivery, Bush, 40724, 864-2382 
Gregory, Lewis E., P.O. Box 419, Monticello, 42633, 348-7158, 348- 

9316 
Grey, Don L. 6632 Riverbirch, Crestwood, 40014, 241-7815 
Grider, Daniel, Rd. 106 St. Clair, Versailles, 40383, 873-7844 
Grimes, Robert W., 7505 Cedar Hollow, Louisville, 40291 , 239-1 984, 

624-6745 
Gumm, Robert Lee, Box 762, Somerset, 42501 , 679-4497, 678-4315 
Guess, Mervin, Hazard, 439-1229, 666-7521 
Haggard, Delano R., 5308 C-Paquette St., Ft. Knox, 40121, 824- 

5501, 624-6829 
Haines, Michael, 1 08 Sunset Drive, Owenton, 40359, 484-51 1 7, 484- 

5117, 484-2544 
Hale, Charles David, Wellington, 40387, 768-3474, 784-6872 
Hall, Jack R., Box 303, Elkhorn City, 41522, 754-9098 
Hall, Omery C. Jr., Hi Hat, 41636, 377-2937, 368-2101 
Hall, W. Keith, 231 Embassy Dr., Lexington, 40505, 233-0138, 254- 

9432 
Hamm, Michael R., 7309B Gardner Hills, Fort Campbell, 42223, 

615-431-6945, 798-4720 
Handy, Gene A., Rt. 6, Box 275, Ashland, 41101, 928-5641, 325- 

2244 
Hardin, Don G., Box 88, Morehead, 40351, 784-7698, 845-9871 
Hardy, Barry, P.O. Box 52, Muldraugh, 40155, 624-4040 
Hargrove, David L., Route One, Melber, 42069, 759-1714,856-3469 
Harkleroad, Thomas S., Rt. #3, Box 223 B, Berea, 40403, 986-3217, 

623-4750 
Harmon, Barry K., 3937 Decoursey, Covington, 41015, 261-5489, 

421-5511 
Harmon, Randall T., Route 1, Sharpsburg, 40374, 674-6437 
Harpe, Timothy W., 3575 Olympia Rd., Lexington, 40502, 273-2839 
Hartley, Barry, 121 Georgia St., Versailles, 40383, 873-5568 
Hawkins, Stewart D., Broadway, Chaplin, 40012, 673-3436, 288- 

7734 
Hayden, Tony Wayne, Rt. 13, Box 489, Paducah, 42001, 443-3425, 

443-1741 
Hayes, Bob, PC. Box 362, Greenup, 41144, 473-7859, 473-9812 
Haynes, William T., 710 Comanche Dr., Henderson, 42420, 827- 

3388, 827-3000 
Heaberlin, Bill Jr., 2815 Hackworth St., Ashland, 41 101, 329-1584, 

739-4166 X-8440 
Heaberlin, Bill Sr., 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods, 41139, 836- 

6915, 329-7253 
Heaberlin, Robert L., P.O. Box 42, Pedro, 45659, 614-532-8529, 

836-9681 X-229 
Heckel, Richard D., 1047 Franelm Rd., Louisville, 40214, 368-3842 
Henderson, Charles A., 114 Windsor Dr., Hopkinsvilie, 42240, 886- 

2404, 886-4444 
Hendren, James W., R.R. 1, Mackville, 40040, 375-4498 
Henry, Tony Ashton, 801 Hampton Rd., Bowling Green, 40121, 

843-8786 
Hensinger, Kevin William, 170 Bayberry D., Versailles, 40383, 873- 

4849 
Hensley, Hode, P.O. Box 109, 395-6135 
Hensley, Jerry W., 452 Duell Dr., Versailles, 40383, 873-8972, 564- 

6835 
Henson, Don R., Rt. 1, Smithland, 42081, 928-2047, 988-3263 
Henson, Tunis Lee, 124 Lyttleton Rd., Manchester, 40962, 598- 

3643, 598-6232 
Herp, James R., 9815 Timberwood Circle, Louisville. 40223, 244- 

0433, 454-0477 
Herp, Kenneth R., Jr., 2613 Merhoff, 634-8931, 581-5143 
Herrick, Calvin P., Jr. 200S. Arnold Ave., Prestonsburg, 41653, 886- 

3494, 886-2311 
Higgins, James P., 1125 LaVista Way, Louisville, 40219, 969-5267, 

456-1291 
Hill, Christopher D., 653 Linda Ave., Danville, 40422, 236-8072 
Hill, Myron K., 151 Todds Rd. #426, Lexington, 40509, 269-8410, 

987-7900 



Hillpp. Louis E., 5802 Mt. Everest Dr., Louisville, 40216, 448-2435 
Hilton, Billy, 110 Ball St., Springfield, 40069, 336-7594, 336-3403 
Hines, Michael L,, Rt. 4, Box 265 A, Kevil, 42053, 462-3654 
Hobbs, Charles V. Jr., Box 212, Cleartield, 40313, 784-8386, 324- 

9439 
Hohman, Gary P., 824 N. 19th St., Murray, 42071, 753-7430, 753- 

7640 
Holland, Bobby L., Box 35 Symsonia, 42082, 851-4427, 753-3078 
Holland, James, 234 Short St., Lynch, 40855, 848-2634 
Holland, Jerry W, 9112 Bestrada AVe., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624-4756, 

624-5052 
Holt, Larry K., Rt. 1, Box 132A, Alvaton, 42122, 843-3587, 781-4585 
Hopper, Tony B., 3109 F Burlew Blvd., Owensboro, 42301, 683- 

0669, 254-2510 
Hopson, James E., Rt. 1, Box 91 8M,Pikeville, 41501, 631-1933, 432- 

1461 
Howard, Ace Jr., Krypton, 41754, 436-3797, 436-6069 
Howard, Doran, Krypton, 41754, 436-3797 
Howard, Joel Gregory, Route 1, Frenchburg, 40322, 768-3585, 768- 

3685 
Huang, Nathan C, 560 Crestview, Morehead, 40351, 784-7639 
Hucker, Benjamin T., 202 Louset St., Ertanger, 41018, 342-7198, 

283-1003 
Huddleston, Terry D., R#4, Central City, 42330, 754-5245, 338-5324 
Hudson, Mark D., 215 Southern Dr., Williamstown, 41097, 824- 

5587, 824-4421 
Hughes, Roy S, P.O. Box 1204, Hopkinsvilie, 42240, 886-7045, 885- 

7414 
Hughes, Willie G., 4683 B Pierce Village, Ft. Campbell, 42223, 439- 

7842, 798-5823 
Huitt, Kathy A., Box 391, Calvert, 42029, 395-4227 
Hunt, Thomas David, 1316 Deulah Park, Lexington, 40502, 273- 

1146, 987-1920 
Hunter, Harold J., 1492, Catalpa Rd., Radcliff, 40121, 351-5671, 

624-6236 
Hupp, Ronnie G., Rt. 2, Hustonville, 40437, 346-3031 
Hurd, Michael David, Highway 100, Gamaliel, 42140, 457-2943 
Hurn, Jeff, 1517 East Main, Greenup, 41141, 473-9955, 473-6956 

Ingraham, Gary J., 2332 Brownboro Rd., Louisville, 40206, 897- 

3462, 897-2815 
isbill, Ernest T., R.R. 2, Box 143-B, Philpot, 42366, 281-5388 
Ives, Rick D., 1640 Sharon Drive, Bowling Green, 42101, 843-3629 
Jackson, Arthur E., Rt. 1, Box 13, Whitesburg, 41858, 633-2007, 

633-2339 
Jamerson, Wilbur R., Box 1, Bypro, 41612 
James, Gary D., 134 E. Jefferson, Danville, 40422, 236-1401, 236- 

9528 
Jarboe, Ronald L., 13906 Lyons Ave., Louisville, 40272, 935-9499 
Jenkins, Burney R., Apt. 2, 1 122 Pawnee, Georgetown, 40324, 863- 

3612, 863-3805 
Jenkins, Silas S., 254 Lynnwod Dr., Versailles, 40383, 873-8775 
Johnson, David L., 445 Linda Circle #2, Radcliff, 40160, 351-8751 
Johnson, Kenneth W., Rt. 5, Box 123, Morehead, 40351, 784-4751, 

784-8388 
Johnson, W. Lynn, 127 Center St., Morehead, 40351, 784-8525, 

845-2551 
Jones, John F III, 808 Sycamore St., Carrollton, 41008, 732-6756, 

732-4361 
Jordan, Donald D., 1814 Versailles Rd. C-10, Lexington, 40504, 

254-3579 
Joseph, Charles S., 1081 W. Lincoln Trail Blvd., Radcliff, 40160, 

351-6710, 351-6677 
Keeling, Reuben, 175 Augusta Ave., Paducah, 42001, 554-4013 
Kersey, Warren D., 4507 Slone Dr., Jeffersonville, 47130, 283-6948, 

637-2914 
Kersey, William Andy, Rt. 2, Box 277-B, Corbin, 40701, 528-7122, 

528-2500 
Kilgus, Paul N., 2102 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green, 42101, 842- 

1515 
Kimmel, Jerry, Box 86, Beechmont, 42323, 476-2656 
King, Curtis R., 2547 Apollo Ct., Owensboro, 42301 , 926-4973, 684- 

4533 
King, James A., SOOOCIarmar Rd., Jeffersontown, 40299, 499-1015 
Kirkland, Wae, 103 Bentley Ave., Whitesburg, 41858, 633-0958, 

633-2246 
Kistner, Gary L., 6405 Birchline Blvd., Louisville, 40291 
Kistner, Gary Wayne, Rt 2, Box 285, Ashland, 41101, 928-8937, 

622-2821 
Kleitz, Jerry D., 1803 Beech St., Louisville, 40210, 775-8643, 775- 

8643 
Kluepfel, Joseph C, 463 Whiltshire Dr., Apt. 24, Madisonville, 

42413, 825-1046 



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Klump, William Roger, 2074 Eastern Pkwy.. Louisville, 40204, 451- 

0236, 587-7371 X-378 
Knight, Billy 719 Hauerhill Rd., Lexington, 40503, 277-1418 
Kordenbrock, Joseph S., 106 Hart Dr., Hebron, 41048, 689-7190, 

371-2900 
Kouns, Robert H., Box 582, South Shore, 41175, 932-4540, 473- 

9812 
Krautheim, Frank J., Rt. 4, Box 11, Dawson Springs, 42408, 797- 

5151, 821-2824 
Lacy, James R., P.O. Box 432, Campton, 41 301 , 668-3246, 668-31 06 
Lamar, Huston O., Box 116, Cloverport, 40111, 788-3913 
Lanham, Richard W., Route 2, Marion, 42064, 965-4116 
Larimore, Leslie Steven, 890 Fairview Ave. G-106, Bowling Green, 

42101,781-6076,745-2153 
League, Jack B., 830 Boyd Ave., Danville, 40422, 236-6492, 236- 

3100 
Leap, John B. Jr., 123 Comanche Tr., Carrollton, 41008, 7J2-5230, 

732-5413 
Leigh, Steve E., 1202 McKinley St., Corbin, 40701, 528-7344 
Lester, Donald B., 3911 Therina Way, Louisville, 40222, 426-7908 

566-1035 
Lewis, Eugene, R.R. 2, Box 863, Manchester, 40962, 598-2577, 439- 

2396 
Lewis, Joseph C, 1245 Summitt, Lexington, 40502, 266-7246 
Lindsey, James E., R.R. #9, Glasgow, 42141, 651-8602, 427-2611 
Litton, Neil, Drakesboro, 42337, 476-8613, 476-8775 
Livers, Joseph L. Jr., Rt. 1, Box 87AA, Lebanon, 40033, 692-6224, 

692-6086 
Logsdon, Timothy E., 236 Water St., Horse Cave, 42749, 786-2215, 

842-9453 
Lucas, Jetfery E., R4, Pinckard, Versailles, 40383, 873-8603 
Ludwig, Joseph L., 3702 CanopusCt., Louisville, 40219, 969-4436, 

583-1611 X-556 
Lusk, Michael, 201 E. Stephen Foster, Bardstown, 40004, 348-9046 
Lykins, William, Cannel City, 41408, 743-4421 
Lynch, Lester F., 702 N. Mam St., Elizabethtown, 42701, 765-2050, 

769-5592 
MacDonald, Hank Vincent, COA, USAARMC, Ft. Knox, 401 21 , 624- 

3316 
McClure, Jerry T., 1857 Courtland Dr., Lexington, 40505, 299-5465, 

293-1812 
McDonnold, Troy B., 518 Southland Dr., Versailles, 40383, 873- 

5134 
McDermott, Gregory K., 811 Sunglow, Villa Hills, 41017, 341-8425, 

431-0462 
McDonald, Bobby Wayne, 1302 Southern Ave., Lexington, 40503, 

255-0278, 252-4307 
McDowell, Charles V., 2419 Roosevelt Ave., Ashland, 41101, 325- 

2886, 329-7733 
Mcintosh, Charles, R.R. 3, Box 17, Shelbyville, 40065, 633-5373, 

633-1557 
McMillin, Larry L., 3506 Rock Rose Lane, LaGrange, 40031, 241- 

8998, 241-0320 
McMurtrey, Tom, Box 83, Summer Shade, 42166, 428-3731, 428- 

3301 
McNeil, Robert W., Route 1, Melber, 42069, 856-3543 
McNeill, Barney L., Box 29, Bardwell, 42023, 628-3860, 628-3434 
McNeill, Thomas Blaine, R.R. 2, Boaz, 42027, 856-3420 
Maddock, Neil C, R.R. 2, Box 247 B., Hardinsburg, 40143, 756- 

2755, 756-5504 
Maddox, Robert V., Box 6, Glencoe, 41046, 643-3941, 283-3192 
Mahanna, John A., 830 W. Vine St., Radcliff, 40160, 351-3755 
Marcum, Jasper, Rt. 1, Box 338, Sturgis, 42459, 333-4537 
Markham, Stan P., 1409 Clagett, Bowling Green, 42101, 781-2379, 

842-1674 
Marlette. Ronald L., 428 Powhatan TrI., Frankfort, 40601, 695-4526, 

564-3925 
Matin, Daniel F., 203 Willow, Providence, 42450, 667-5788 
Mathews, Arthur E., 5632 Princess Apt. C, Columbus, 43219, 890- 

7233 
Mattmiller, Kenneth A., 1718Blue Licks Rd., Lexington, 40504, 278- 

2012 
Matusiak, Martin H., 304 Parlane, Elizabethtown, 42701, 737-4142, 

737-6833 
Mauzy. Leslie Craig, 3842 Lewis Lane, Owensboro, 42301, 683- 

6014, 683-4525 
Meacham, Gregory L., Rt. 4, Edgewood Dr., Russellville, 42276, 

726-3727, 726-9824 
Meredith, Lanney C, 122 Mill St., Greenville, 42345, 338-9517, 365- 

9721 



Meyers, John F., Box 513, Maysville. 41056, 759-7141 

Milam, James B., Hillview Dr., Beechmont, 42323, 476-8359, 476- 

2204 
Miles, Charles M., 600 Hanover St., Ashland, 41 101 , 325-3261, 928- 

6421 
Mills, Thomas Alan, #7 Spulin, Richmond, 40475, 623-0545 
Mitchell, Curtis N., 509 W. Center, Madisonville, 42431, 821-9590 
Mitchner, Kent D., Box 349 College, Campbelisville, 42718, 789- 

9946, 465-8158 X-229 
Modrell, Garry W., 259 Merravay, Florence, 41042, 525-6384 
Montgomery, Billy G., Route 8, Harrodsburg, 40330, 734-7661 , 734- 

3341 
Mooneyhan, James H., P.O. Box 220 Spence Ln., Franklin, 42134, 

586-4989, 586-7425 
Moore, Phillip H., R 6, Box 403, Bowling Green, 42101, 781-9340, 

842-5302 
Morgan, Charles B. Jr., 3500 Warwick Dr. #4, Lexington, 40502, 

272-2105 
Morgan, Frank M., 3385 Apple Tree, Erianger, 41018, 727-1584, 

922-4001 
Morgan, Keith P., 522 Taylor Drive, London, 40741, 864-9253 
Morgan, Richard. 522 Taylor Drive, London, 40741 , 864-9253, 864- 

5114 
Morris, Edward C, 153 Raintree Rd., Florence, 41042, 371-9496, 

727-2333 
Morrison, Donnie Rd., Rt. 2, Box 284 B7, Russell Springs, 42642, 

866-5014, 866-3341 
Mosley, David, 501 W. 16th St., London, 40741, 864-4576, 878-7913 
Mosley, Gene, 715 Hill St., Williamsburg, 40769, 549-1188 
Moss, Walter W., Rt. 15, Box 16, Bowling Green, 42101, 781-1050, 

842-2441 
Mull igan, James T., 427 Center St., Erianger, 41018, 727-3628, 727- 

2255 
Mull ins, Kenneth Jeff, 415 A Alumni Tower, Morehead, 40351. 783- 

4338, 783-4679 
Mullins, Terry D., c/o A.R.H., McDowell, 41647, 377-6064, 377-241 1 

X-15 
Murphy, Tom, P.O. Box 171, Wayland, 41666, 358-4063, 358-4051 
Murray, Mark A., Rt. 201, Sitka, 41255, 297-4103, 783-3671 
Myers, Fred E., 3932 Phillip Ave., Paducah, 42001, 442-8166, 442- 

5401 
Myers, Stephen E., 871 B Cheynne Rd., Radcliff, 40160, 351-8618, 

351-9594 
Nash, Richard C, 1625 Alexander Ave., Owensboro, 42301, 684- 

0683, 684-9815 
Nelson, Barrett L., Route 1, Box 200, Nebo, 42401, 249-3608 
Nelson, Eric W., Route 1 , Box 200, Nebo, 42441 , 249-3608, 821 -5340 
Norwood, Thomas R.. 811 Henry St.. Franklin. 42134, 586-3614, 

586-8242 
O'Banion, Cornelius Jr., 137 East Main, Frankfort, 40601, 223-8757 
Oberhausen, Daniel E., 1300 Lacona Ln., Louisville, 40213, 361- 

3798, 634-9631 
O'Brien, John P., 2049 Fallow Rd., Lexington, 40504. 277-7924, 

232-2000 
Oestreicher, Edward G., 173 Pedretti, Cincinnati, 45238 
Omer, William Keith, Route 1, Clay, 42404, 333-2529, 333-4008 
Osborne, Robert L., R.R. 4, Elk Lake, Owenton, 40359, 484-3033, 

484-3417 
Otis, Jeffrey H., Salt Lick, 40371, 683-3744. 674-9022 
Pacey. Ray. 846 Mildred St.. Versailles. 40383. 873-7265. 873-8161 
Padgett. Dave W.. 707 E Depot. Marion. 42064. 965-2847. 928-2141 
Page. Jersey Joe. Rt. 4. Tompkinsville. 42167 
Parker, Larry Alan, Box 102, Houston St., Russell, 41169, 836- 

1094 
Parker, Wilson Dale, 413 Highland AVe., Raceland, 41169, 836- 

4802, 836-931 1 
Parkey, Ed, P.O. Box 1649, Middlesboro, 40965. 248-4139. 248- 

1000 
Pate, Edward M., 410 Powhaton St., Louisa, 41230, 638-9015, 638- 

9676 X-55 
Patton, Michael P., Rt. 2, Box 20, Bedford. 40006. 255-4403 
Pelphrey. Jack. North Gate Subd.. Paintsville. 41240, 789-1857, 

789-3055 
Pelphrey, Joe D., Box 252, W. Prestonsburg, 41668, 886-6265, 285- 

3212 
Pence, Charles R., R.R. #2, Philpot, 42366, 281-4851 
Penick, Dave, 7 Coppage Cir., Union, 41091, 384-3586 



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Thompson, Tony James, Robert Wilson, Oarrell McCormIck, Ken Pewitt, Danny GrIKIIh, Dwight 
HIggs, John Harper, Rod Drake, Chuck Riley, Oarrell Hunter, Mgr. Fred HIna. Front: Coach 
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(Left to Right) Front Row: Richard Puliey, Steve Smith, Carroli Hughes, Wendeil Wesathers, Terry Frazier, 
Jerry Frazier, Keith Brown, Chris Hopgood, Second Row: Biii Price, Greg Chambiiss, Neai Tuclter, Kenneth 
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Newly Elected Board Members 

The following school personnel will become mem- 
bers of the Board of Control effective July 1, 1980. Mr. 
John Brock, Superintendent of Rowan County Schools, 
representing Section 8; Mr. Charles D. Black, Principal of 
Knox Central High School, representing Section 7; Mr. 
Alvis Johnson, Assistant Principal of Harrodsburg High 
School, representing Regions 9-16; and Mr. Whayion 
Coleman, Assistant Principal at Owensboro High School, 
representing Regions 1-8. 

Mr. Walter Pickett, Principal at Valley High School, will 
represent Section 3 and replaces Mr. Denzil J. Ramsey 
who recently retired. 

John Brock was born in Pineville, Kentucky, 
December 2, 1937, and is a graduate of Bell County High 
School. He received his B.A. in Biology from Lincoln 
Memorial University in 1960, a Masters Degree from 
Alabama College in 1964 and Rank I certification at 
Eastern Kentucky University in 1969. Mr. Brock taught and 
coached at Bell County High School two years and 
Pineville High School for two years. He served as principal 
of Harlan High School and Madison High and elementary 
schools in Richmond. He served as superintendent of the 
Montgomery County Schools and Director of Planning for 
the Kentucky Department of Education before becoming 
Superintendent of the Rowan County Schools in 1 976. He 
is married to the former Susan Morgan of Pineville and 
they have two children, Dawne and Bill. 

Charles Black is a graduate of Gulf Coast Military 
Academy, Gulfport, Mississippi. He attended Union 
College in Barbourville where he received his B.S. and 
Masters Degree and Eastern Kentucky University where 
he received his Administrative Certificate and Rank I. Mr. 
Black completed his military service in the United States 
Army during World War II and the Korean War and is a 
member of the U.S. Army Reserve. He coached football, 
track and basketball and was Athletic Director at Knox 
Central High School before becoming principal. He and 
his wife, Barbara, have a daughter, Susan, and sons, 
Charles and Scott. 

Alvis Johnson, a native of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, is a 
graduate of Christian County High School and Western 
Kentucky University. Mr. Johnson taught and coached for 
three years in the Christian County School System before 
moving to Harrodsburg where he has served as the head 
football coach, track coach. Assistant Principal and 
Athletic Director. Mr. Johnson is a deacon in the 




Walter J. Pickett 



Centennial Baptist Church in Harrodsburg. He is married 
to the former Rosetta Cooke of Bowling Green, Kentucky. 
They have two sons. Derrick and Dennis. 

Whayion Coleman isagraduateof the former Western 
High School in Owensboro, Kentucky. Mr. Coleman 
attended the University of Idaho where he completed his 
undergraduate work. A basketball standout while at the 
University of Idaho, Mr. Coleman was the first Black to 
captain a sports team at that school and in 1976 was named 
to the Idaho Sports Hall of Fame. Mr. Coleman became 
Assistant Coach at Western High School in Owensboro 
where he later served as head coach for two years. Western 
High School in Owensboro consolidated and Mr. Coleman 
moved to Eastern Junior High, presently Estes Middle 
School, where he taught and coached basketball and 
football. He then moved to Owensboro High School in 
1973 where he is currently the Assistant Principal. Mr. 
Coleman completed his Masters Degree and Rank I at 
Western Kentucky University. He is married to the former 
Birdie Dunn and they have two sons, Danny and Whayion, 
Jr. 

Walter Pickett is a native of Columbia, Kentucky, 
where he was graduated from high school. After three 
years of military service in World War II, he obtained his 
A.B. Degree from the University of Louisville. After 
receiving his MA. Degreefrom the University of Kentucky, 
he joined the faculty of Valley High School in the Jefferson 
County School System. Mr. Pickett became Assistant 
Principal of Valley in 1956 and has been Principal since 
1970. He has been active in community activities and clubs 
and is an Elder in Faith Presbyterian Church. Mr. Pickett is 
married to the former Ann Cantrell of Greensburg and they 
have a son, Lewis, and a daughter, Cathy. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1980 



MAY, 1980 VOL. XLII —No. 10 

Published monthly, except Juneand July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
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for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3. 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Barney Thweatt (1977-1981 ) Hopkinsville 

Vice Pres. . Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Directors Jack Burkich (1976-1980) Whitesburg; 

Pete Grigsby (1978-1980) McDowell; Robie Harper, Jr. 
(1979-1983) Drakesboro; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville; J. D, Minnehan (1978-1982), LaGrange; 
Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington; Walter Pickett 
(1980-1982), Valley Station; Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) 
Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education 
representative. 

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From the Commissioner's Office 
Minutes of the Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. office on 
Thursday, April 17, 1980. The meeting was called to order 
by President Barney Thweatt at 3:00 P.M. with all Board 
members; Commissioner Tom Mills and Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries, Louis Stout and Billy V. 
Wise present. Conley Manning was present representing 
the State Department of Education. The invocation was 
given by Norman Passmore. 

President Thweatt welcomed Prin. Walter Pickett, 
Valley High School, as the newly elected Board of Control 
member representing Regions 5 and 6. Mr. Pickett is 
serving out the remaining term of Denzil J. Ramsey who 
has retired. 

President Thweatt also introduced Mike Embry of the 
Lexington Herald Leader, Prin. Tom Hodd and Ath. Dir. 
Stan Steidel of Dayton High School. 

Pete Grigsby moved, seconded by Norman Passmore, 
that the minutes of the March meeting be approved. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Assistant Commissioner Billy Wise reported the 
attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament at 
approximately 21,360 as compared to 28,753 in 1979. The 
gross receipts from the girls' tournament was approxi- 
mately $77,032 with expenses of $48,276.42. 

The Boys' State Basketball Tournament had an 
attendance of 85,360 and gross receipts of approximately 
$343,445.00 with expenditures of $90,993.25. A complete 
audit of both girls and boys tournaments will appear in the 
August issue of the Athlete. 

Basketball Committee Chairman J. D. Minnehan 
presented to the Board a survey form and cover letter 
pertaining to classification in basketball as requested by 
President Thweatt during the March Meeting. Mr. 
M-innehan explained to the Board members that the 
basketball Committee does not recommend that a list of 
pros and cons be formulated by the Commissioner or 
Board of Control to accompany the survey forms. It is the 



GAME GUY AWARD 




Todd Burns 

The Game Guy Trophy is annually awarded to the one 
athlete in the State of Kentucky who has overcome a 
physical handicap and participated in high school 
athletics. Todd Burns was the unanimous choice of the 
K.H.S.A.A. for the 1980 award. 

Todd Burns isasenioratOldhamCounty High School 
and a starter on the boys' basketball team. During the 
winter of the 1978-79 school year, Todd was involved in a 
serious automobile accident wherein he sustained a 
fractured pelvis. The injury was so extreme the doctor 
stated he was not optimistic about Todd ever walking 
again and refused to discuss with Todd's parents the 
possibility of their son participating in athletics again. 

Only through Todd's individual perseverance in the 
physical therapy program designed specifically for him 
was he able to overcome his disability and return to excel 
on this year's eighth regional championship team. 

belief of the members of the Committee that each repre- 
sentative has his orherown opinion as to why there should 
or should not be classification in basketball and regardless 
of what is presented by the Board, they leave themselves 
open to charges of attempting to sway the vote one way or 
the other. After discussing the contents of the cover letter 
and survey form, Norman Passmore moved, seconded by 
Zeb Blankenship that the Board accept the recom- 
mendation of the Basketball Committee. The motion 
passed with a vote of 7 ayes, 3 abstensions. 

Mr. Mills read a letter from Prin. Ronald Fentress of 
Anderson County High School, requesting that Anderson 
County High School and Western Anderson High School 
be moved from District 29 to District 30 in basketball. After 
a lengthy discussion and considering the fact that a new 
school, Bullitt East High School, will be assigned to 
District 29, Jack Burkich moved, seconded by J. D. 
Minnehan, that the request of Prin. Fentress be granted. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills reported to the Board that a new school, 
Western Hills High School will open in Franklin County 
beginning in August, 1980. He recommended that Western 
Hills High School be placed in Basketball District 41. Joe 
McPherson moved, seconded by Fairce O.Woods, that the 
Commissioner's recommendation be accepted. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Chairman Zeb Blankenship presented the Staff 
Committee report. The following recommendations were 
presented for consideration by the Board. 




THE KENTUCKY HUH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1980 



Page Three 



J.B. MANSFIELD AWARD 



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Jackie Bearden 

The J.B. Mansfield Award for girls was won by Jackie 
Bearden, Dixie Heights High School, Ft. Mitchell, 
Kentucky. The annual award inaugurated by the Courier- 
Journal and Times is presented to the player in the 
K.H.S.A.A. Girls' State Basketball Tournament who excels 
in four areas: basketball ability, academic 
accomplishments, sportsmanship and citizenship. The 
selection was made by a committee of school personnel 
from throughout the state. 



TED SANFORD AWARD 




Dicky Beal 

To foster the ideals exemplified by Ted Sanford, 
former Commissioner of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association, the Courier-Journal and Times 
inaugurated the Ted Sanford Award to be given annually 
to a player in the K.H.S. Boys' State Basketball 
Tournament who excels In four areas: basketball ability, 
academic accomplishments, sportsmanship and 
citizenship. This year a committee composed of school 
personnel from throughout the state selected Dicky Beal, 
Holmes High School, Covington. 



1. That the position of Executive Assistant be 
created and that Billy V. Wise be employed to fill this 
position at a fee of $3,000.00 per year in addition to his 
present salary. 

2. That Commissioner Tom Mills be paid an 
additional fee of $1,200.00 per year for serving as 
secretary-treasurer of the organization. 

3. That Louis Stout be placed in Rank II on the 1980- 
81 salary schedule. 

4. That all non-certified personnel receive a salary 
increase of 6.6% for 1980-81. 

5. That the following administrative personnel be 
granted four-year contracts with the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association beginning July 1, 1980: 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. 
Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and 
Louis Stout. 

6. That salary increases for all certified personnel be 
based upon the Kentucky Department of Education 
Foundation Program Allotment for Instructional salaries 
for the 1980-82 biennium. 

Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by Pete Grigsby, 
that the recommendations of the Staff Committee be 
accepted. The motion passed unanimously. 

Fairce O. Woods moved, seconded by J. D. Minnehan, 
that Barney Thweatt and Zeb Blankenship be named 
Delegate and Alternate, respectively, to thefourthcoming 
annual meeting of the National Federation. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills requested that the Board set the 
price of tickets for the 1 981 State Basketball Tournaments 
and recommended that the price be increased 50C per 
ticket. Jack Burkich moved, seconded by J. D. Minnehan, 
that the Board accept the recommendation of the 
Commissioner to raise the price of the boys and girls state 
high school basketball tournament tickets from $4.00 and 
$5.00 to $4.50 and $5.50, respectively, for 1981 . The motion 
passed. 

The officials' fee for registration with the K.H.S.A.A. 
was discussed Commissioner Mills explained that the 



present fee of $9.00 for registration for the first sport and 
$6.00 for each additional sport does not cover the cost to 
the Board He explained that the fee includes rule books, 
shoulder ensignia, copy of the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution 
and By-Laws, subscription to the ATHLETE and liability 
and catastrophe insurance while officiating or traveling to 
or from assigned games. The Commissioner 
recommended that the registration fee for officials be set 
at $15.00 for the first sport and $10.00 for each additional 
sport beginning July 1, 1980. Norman Passmore moved, 
seconded by Zeb Blankenship, that the recommendation 
of the Commissioner be accepted. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

After a lengthy discussion on the amount of the annual 
membership fee to be paid by each member school, Zeb 
Blankenship moved that the following plan be adopted 
effective July 1, 1980: Each member school shall paytothe 
Commissioner on or before September 1 an annual 
membership fee of IOC per student enrolled in the upper 
three grades with a minimum fee of $35.00 and a maximum 
fee of $125.00. The membership figures at the close of the 
first month of the previous school year as received from 
the State Department of Education shall be used in 
calculating the membership fee for each school. J. D. 
Minnehan seconded the motion and it passed 
unanimously. 

Mr. Mills reported to the Board that they needed to 
update Article IV, Section 3-d-4. He recommended that it 
read as follows: "Hold regular meetings in July, October, 
December, January, March and April." Fairce O. Woods 
moved, seconded by Walter Pickett, that the changes be 
made in Article IV, Section 3-d-4. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Mr. Mills stated that Knott County Central High 
School has requested permission to be placed in Class 
AAA, Region IV, District 2, Sub-District 1, and James A. 
Cawood High School asked to be changed to Class AAA, 
Region IV, District I, Sub-District 1, in football. Fairce O. 
Woods moved, seconded by Norman Passmore, that these 
requests be granted. The motion passed unanimously. 

Cont. Page 5 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1980 



MINUTES OF ANNUAL MEETING 

The Sixty-Third Annual Meeting of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association Delegate Assembly was held 
at the office of the K.H.S.A.A., Lexington, on Friday 
morning, April 18, 1980. The invocation was given by Jack 
Burkich. 

President Barney Thweatt called the meeting to order 
at 11:00 A.M. and asked Assistant Commissioner Billy V. 
Wise to call the roll. Fifty-five elected delegates or 
alternates answered the roll call. 

Commissioner Tom Mills then presented a report on 
the activities of the Association during the 1 979-80 school 
year. Jim Pursiful moved, seconded by Luther McDowell, 
that the report be accepted. The motion carried 
unanimously. (The Commissioner's report is printed 
elsewhere in this issue of the "Athlete.") 

President Thweatt stated that presentation of 
proposals was the next order of business. 

Jim Pursiful moved that Proposal I be tabled. Proposal 
I reads as follows: Principal David S. Points, Montgomery 
County High School, proposes that By-Law 4, Age, be 
changed to read as follows: "A contestant becomes 
ineligible on his/her nineteenth birthday with the following 
exceptions: If the age of nineteen is attained after the sport 
season has started, he/she remains eligible for the 
remainder of the season in that sport. For the application 
of this rule, the fall sports season shall begin on August 1, 
the winter sports season on November 1, and the spring 
sports season on March 1." The motion died for lack of a 
second. 

Robert Hoagland moved, seconded by Luther 



McDowell, that Proposal I beadopted. The motion carried. 

Joseph McPherson moved, seconded by Ronald 
Johnson, that Proposal II be adopted. Proposal II reads as 
follows: The State Board for Elementary and Secondary 
Education, through an adhoc committee composed of 
Superintendents, Principals and Coaches, proposes that 
By-Law 29, Requirement for Coaches, be amended to read 
as follows: "Coaches of athletic teams of members of this 
Association shall be certified teachers and members of 
their regular school systems. They shall be regularly 
employed by their Board of Education, and their entire 
salaries shall be paid by such boards; they shall teach a 
minimum of three regular periods of classes, gymnasium, 
study halls, or other activity assignments within the 
school's schedule. Whenever a local school district is 
unable to staff an athletic program under the above rule, 
the local district superintendent may request the 
Commissioner to approve, for one school year, an 
alternative staffing arrangement provided appropriate 
justification is given in writing on forms provided by the 
Commissioner. As long as a paraprofessional is acting 
within the scope of authority as set forth in704KAR 15:080 
and KRS 161:010; 161:044, he/she may assist coaches. 

All schools shall comply with the provisions of this 
rule in order to qualify for and to maintain membership in 
the Association. 

A head coach in football, basketball, baseball and 
wrestlmg shall attend one clinic in the sport involved." The 
motion failed to receive the necessary two-thirds vote for 
passage. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned by President Barney Thweatt. 



1979-80 ANNUAL REPORT 
(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 



Three hundred fifteen schools joined the Association 
for the 1 979-80 school year. Twelve of these schools enroll 
girls only and ten have only boys. In 1978-79, there were 
315 schools, m 1977-78 there were 313, in 1976-77, there 
were 312. 

There were 191 schools involved in football. The 
Classes A, AA, AAA and AAAA championship games were 
played at the Fairgrounds, Louisville. Attendance was 
approximately 11,719 and gross receipts were $43,643.40. 
Expenses involved in conducting the state football play- 
offs were $26,727.43. Interest and attendance at the reg- 
ional and semi-final games continued to increase resulting 
in greater revenue for the schools involved. 

In Cross Country 152 boys' teams entered twenty-two 
regional meets. One hundred and eight girls teams entered 
all three classes in seventeen regions. The expenses 
incurred in sponsoring this sport were $9,329.17 and the 
receipts were $1,540.50. The Class AAA Meet was held at 
E.P. Sawyer State Park, Louisville, and the Classes A and 
AA were held in Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park. 

The Wrestling program is going forward at a rapid 
pace. There were sixty-three schools in the eight regions 
with the winner and runner-up in each weight class 
advancing to the finals. The Championship tournament 
was held at Atherton High School. The receipts and 
expenditures will be listed in the audit report in the August 
"ATHLETE." 

In Swimming, forty-two girls' teams and forty-two 
boys' teams competed for the championships. The meets 
were held at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond on 
February 22-23. The receipts were $566.50 and the 
expenses were $6,021.78. 



There were twenty schools with boys' Gymnastics 
teams and twenty-two with girls. There were two girls' 
regional meets held at Henry Clay High School and Moore 
High School, but there was not sufficient number of boys' 
teams to justify a regional. The state meets were at Eastern 
Kentucky University, Richmond on February 16. The 
receipts were $323.50 and the expenses were $2,681.89. 

The approximate gross receipts from the boys' and 
girls' district basketball tournaments were $466,352.24 
while the regional tournaments took in $354,544.81, for a 
total of $820,897.05. Attendance at the Boys' State 
Tournament was approximately 85,360 as compared to 
103,993 for last year. The gross receipts this year for the 
tournament is estimated at $352,293.20, with expenditures 
approximately $90,993.25. A complete audit will appear in 
the August issue of the "ATHLETE." 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament 
was 21,360. The gross receipts amounted to $77,875.00 
with expenditures of approximately $48,276.42. A 
complete report will appear in the audit. 

There were thirteen co-ed teams competing in the 
State Rifle Marksmanship Meet in Louisville. Expenses 
incurred were approximately $425.80. 

Approximately thirteen teams competed in the State 
Fencing Meet on April 5, 1980 at Atherton High School, 
Louisville. 

In volleyball fifty three teams competed for the first 
K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned tournament held at Memorial 
Coliseum, Lexington, on October 27, 1979. Expenses 
incurred were $4,705.19. 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1980 



Page Five 



COVINGTON HOLMES — SEMI-FINALIST 
1980 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. Andy Linneman, Mgr. Terry Graves, Mark Elmer, Dicky Beal, Todd 
Whatley, Jimmy Sams, Mgr. John Washington, Second Row: Asst. Coach Ken Spurlock, Tony Works, 
Joe Mardls, Ricky Walton, Jeff Beach, Scott Slavey, Elliott Simpson, Kevin Sebastian, Robert Simpson, 
Head Coach Reynolds Flynn. 



Minutes of the Board Meeting 

Continued from Page 3 

After studying the new football alignment in districts 
and regions set by tfie Football Committee, Jack Burkich 
moved, seconded by Fairce O. Woods, tfiat tfie 
recommendations of tfie Football Committee concerning 
the 1981 and 1982 football alignment be approved. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Wise submitted to the Board copies of the minutes 
of the Basketball Assigning Secretaries meeting held in 
Louisville on March 25, 1980. These minutes contained 
several recommendations pertaining to standardized 
requirements for the establishment of Policy Committees 
throughout the State. A copy of these minutes, including 
action taken by the Board of Control, will be made 
available to member schools through their assigning 
secretary. 

Joseph McPherson made a motion, seconded by 
Norman Passmore, that the site for the Boys' State 
Basketball Tournament be rotated each year between 
Rupp Arena and Louisville Freedom Hall. The motion 
failed to carry by a vote of 3-7. 

The date of the next meeting of the Board of Control 
was scheduled for Friday, July 25, 1980, 10:00 A.M., at 
Kenlake State Park, Aurora, Kentucky. 

Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Pete Grigsby, 
Jr., that all bills of the Association for the period beginning 
March 1, 1980, andending March 31, 1980, beallowed. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, Fairce O. Woods 
moved, seconded by J. D. Minnehan, that the meeting be 
adjourned. The motion carried unanimously. 



1979-80 ANNUAL REPORT 

Continued from Page 4 

In the other sports that are to follow 270 baseball 
teams will compete in fifty-nine districts and sixteen 
regions; 238 girls' and 235 boys' tracks teams will compete 
in twenty four regions each; 114 girls' golf teams and 203 
boys' teams will play in nineteen regions; 192 girls' tennis 
teams and 197 boys' teams will play in eleven regions. 
State Championship meets will be held in baseball at Fort 
Knox; the class A, AA and AAA track at the University of 
Kentucky, Lexington; the girls' golf at Elizabethtown 
Country Club, Elizabethtown; the boys' golf at the 
Anderson Golf Course, Fort Knox; the tennis at the 
University of Kentucky, Lexington. 

rtegistering with the officials' division of the 
Association were 1,520 basketball officials, 768 football, 
603 baseball at the present time and 70 wrestling, 26 
volleyball officials, and 53 soccer officials. Assistant 
Commissioner Billy V. Wise conducted twelve clinics in 
football and fifteen in basketball for officials and coaches. 
Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout conducted a state 
clinic for baseball Assigning Secretaries. Out of 514 
football officials that took the National Federation 
examination for advanced ratings, 157 became approved 
and we have 320 certified. In basketball out of 730 that took 
the test, 182 became approved and we have 487 certified. 
One hundred twenty eight took the baseball test, 75 
became approved and 73 are certified. 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commissioners 
and I are grateful for the cooperation the superintendents, 
principals, athletic directors and coaches have given us in 
running the program for the Association. 




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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1980 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF REGISTERED 

BASEBALL OFFICIALS — 1979-80 

(Continued from April Athlete) 

Penner, Merritt D. Jr., Route 5, Box 155, Manchester, 40962, 598- 

3711 
Perry, Eddie, R,R. #2, Central City, 42330, 754-1548 
Peters, Kirk E., 1821 E. 9th St., Hopkinsville, 42240, 885-7780 
Petty, Douglas A., 1028 Legion Park Rd,, Greensburg, 42743, 932- 

3518, 932-3612 
Pickett, Kenneth H., WKU Keen Hall 328, Bowling Green, 42101, 

748-4096, 745-2984 
Pierce, Frank D Jr , 1187 A Dreenan Park, Ft. Campbell, 42223, 

615-431-5231 
Pietrowski, Paul, 107 Oaklawn, Corbin, 40701, 523-0272, 528-1630 
Pohvick, David T., Box 187, Bardwell, 42023, 628-3924 
Ponchot, Joseph C, 3387 Appletree Ln., Erianger, 41018, 342- 

6932, 342-6400 X-207 
Potter, Lonnie D., 227 Liverpool Rd., Lexington, 40504, 255-6764, 

258-9000 X-32676 
Potter, Lonnie E,, 227 Liverpool Rd,, Lexington, 40504, 255-6764, 

253-3135 
Powell, Carl Eddie, College Rd,, Cumberland, 40823, 589-2359 
Prichard, Herbert L , Medical Co , Ft Knox, 40121, 624-1614, 624- 

9466 
Purkins, Richard M,, 687 Woodland Ave , Lexington, 40508, 257- 

1550 
Purkins, Walter R., 9819 Somerford Rd,, Louisville, 40222, 425- 

6374, 426-6020 
Rail, Edward W., 510 Perkins Ave , Danville, 40422, 236-8929, 236- 

5464 
Ramey, Gary, Route 1, Salt Lick, 40371, 683-2821, 674-6325 
Read, Roy V., Rt. 4, Beaver Dam, 42320, 274-7573, 526-3753 
Reif, Harry F., Rt. 1, Box 242, Campbellsville, 4271 8, 465-7343, 465- 

8389 
Reliford, Charles H. Jr., 1505 Cypress St., Ashland, 41101, 257- 

4075 
Rice, Dennis C, 1271 Trent Blvd., Lexington, 40502, 272-9358, 

863-2640 
Roberts, Harry, R R, #2, Falmouth, 41040, 654-5471 
Roberts, Larry Joe, Route 5, Box 512, Manchester, 40962, 598- 

6627, 598-5127 
Robertson, Mark D , 433 W Bellville St , Marion, 42064, 965-4463 
Robinson, D, Blake, P.O. Box 2713, Pikeville, 41 501, 432-3923, 432- 

4108 
Robinson, Larry W , Lost Creek, 41348, 666-5809 
Roe, Doyle Jr., Rt. 1, Box 18, Isom, 41824, 633-2973, 633-2961 
Rogers, Eldridge, Route 7, Hopkinsville, 42240, 269-2234, 886- 

3921 
Ronhausen, J. Tex, 833 Sanfan Ave., Cincinnnati, 45231 
Roof, David H , 321 Vermont, Paducah, 42001, 554-5165, 442-5401 
Ross, Lonnie D., Box IX, Booneville, 41314, 593-6105 
Rousey, James P., Box 5, Hustonville, 40437, 346-2891, 346-4028 
Rousseau, Dean A, 4005 Blossomwood Dr., Louisville, 40220 454- 

4831, 778-5321 
Rutleddge, Robert Allan, 3571 Cannonade Loop South Owens- 

boro, 42301, 264-1976, 729-4242 
Sackett, Eugene W, Rt. 7. Maryland Dr., Paducah, 42001, 443-7900 
Salyers, Edward D., A206 WARH Jenkins Rd., Whitesburg, 41858, 

633-5182 
Salyers, John D., 108 Center St., Erianger, 41008, 727-1217, 727- 

2424 
Sanders, Alan C, 137 Charleston Ave., Paducah, 42001, 554-0310, 

444-6321 
Sawyers, Randall, Rt, 5, Box 300, Cynthiana, 41031, 234-6706, 234- 

4313 
Sawyers, Willie Gene, Rt. 12, Box 456, London, 40741, 864-5922 
Schaefer, Raymond Michael, 4114 Roxbury Rd., Louisville, 40218, 

491-0756, 587-1292 
Scott, W.L., 1816 McDonald Ave., Lexington, 40503, 278-2844, 278- 

9702 
Sharp, Robin L., Box 30, Kettle, 42752, 433-5243, 864-4390 
Sharp, Ron, Box 68, Pineville, 40977, 337-6433, 248-1046 
Shartzer, Keith Bennett, 211 Kenii Court, Louisville, 40214, 363- 

0478, 448-1226 
Shaw, Earl, 121 Hagan Ct., Lancaster, 40444, 792-2370, 792-3018 
Sheehan, Michael J., 301 Vaught Ave., Somerset, 42501, 678-5068 
Shelton, James S., 812 S. 2nd St., Mayfield, 42066, 247-9963 
Shepherd, Raymond D., Route 3, Bedford, 40006, 255-3322, 587- 

0945 
Sherman, Inman J. Jr., Rt. 5, Box 688, London, 40741, 864-6518 

865-2207 



Shipp, Kevin K., 139 Dan Dr., Versailles, 40383,873-8275, 873-3126 
Short, Bill L., 2701 Monroe St., Ashland, 41 101 , 324-8656, 453-2161 
Shown, John P., 2033 Merriewood, Owensboro, 42301, 683-5554, 

684-1454 
Shreve, Rodham K. Jr., 2808 Mt. McKinley Way, Lexington, 40507, 

272-6758 
Simpson, Earsie L., 9029 F. Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox, 40121, 624-4081 , 

624-2252 
Skaggs, Nathan L„ 223 Keen Hall, WKU, Bowling Green, 42101, 

748-5181 
Slone, Douglas, Rt. 1 , Box 347, Ashland, 41101, 928-5726, 325-1 950 
Smallwood, Talmadge, Rt. 2, Stanton, 40380, 663-2096, 663-2544 
Smart, John S., Rt. 3, Hardinsburg, 40143, 756-5437 
Smith, Arthur Lynn, 5313 Red Fern, Louisville, 40218, 964-0392, 

454-4233 
Smith, Benny L , Rt. 3, Box 5, Manchester, 40902, 598-5210 
Smith, Edward, Summer Shade, 42166, 428-5833 
Smith, Joe W , Knob Lick, 42154, 565-2442 
Smith, Michael, 302 East Main, Cloverport, 40111, 788-6692, 295- 

3451 
Smith, Richard M., Rt. 1, Box 49, Blackey, 41804, 633-7344, 633- 

2524 
Shell, Johnny, Box 109, Rt. 2, Russellville, 42276, 542-6631, 726- 

9159 
Soper, Clyde B., Box 111, Millersburg, 40348, 484-3487 
Sorrell, Charles W., 419 Paradise Lane, Louisville, 40258 
Sowder, Bill Dean, Rt. 1, Box 306, Mt. Vernon, 40456, 256-2282, 

256-5141 
Spahr, Scott D., 5645 Hart Hall, MSU, Murray, 42071, 767-4317 
Spalding, Randall Jr., 108 Ball St., Springfield, 40069, 336-9297, 

348-9211 
Spratling, Obie L., 416 N. Logsdon Pkwy., Radcliff, 40160, 351-9482 
Stacy. Vickie E., 875 Gardner Drive, West Liberty, 41472, 743-3908 
Stanley, Oley A., Box 154-B, Belcher, 41513, 754-4560 
Steele, William Kendall, 708 Circle Dr., Grayson, 41143, 329-7549 
Stephenson, Larry J., 3113 Bernard Drive, Edgewood, 41017, 341- 

4541, 262-8211 
Stethen, James E., Box 134, Bedford, 40006, 255-3285, 265-4717 
Stewart, Marvin, Box 76, Mt. Olivet, 41064, 724-5966, 234-5671 
Stewart, Stephen C, 202 S. Mantle, Apt. 3, Elizabethtown, 42701, 

765-4053 
Stiles, George A., Rt. 7, Box 179P, Elizabethtown, 42701,737-2540, 

765-2101 
Stivers, Franklin A., Rt. 9, Box 226, London, 40741, 864-6555, 864- 

2203 
Stone, Johnny, Rt. 1, Princeton, 42445, 365-5178 
Story, Marshall A., 117 Lakepoint Dr., Flemingsburg, 41041, 845- 

4041 
Strader, J. Kevin, Rt. 1, Belton, 42324, 748-4425 
Strader, Micky, Rt. 2, Box 45, Greenville, 42345, 338-4233 
Strain, Richard P., Rt. 2, Pinewood Dr., Radcliff, 40160, 351-4306, 

624-2214 
Stratton, Robert J., U.S. 60 East, Shelbyville, 40065, 747-8444, 633- 

1612 
Straus, William W, 121 Todds Rd. #47, Lexington, 40509, 269-4787, 

233-3553 
Strong, Homer L., Rt. 2, Booneville, 41314, 666-9297, 666-7521 
Stull, Benjamin C, 5 Center St , Wilder, 41071, 581-3262,684-5280 
Stump, Gary Dean, 231 Embassy Dr., Lexington, 40505, 233-0138, 

233-2994 
Sullivan, William H., Ill Evergreen Dr., Lawrenceburg, 40342, 839- 

4177 
Swatford, Bill Carl, 105 Holt Ave,, Barbourvilie, 40906, 546-5918, 

546-3129 

Swafford, Billy D., P.O. Box 331, Barbourvilie, 40906, 546-6041 
Tarry, William Robert, Route 5, Glasgow, 42141, 678-2539, 427- 

2611 
Tate, Jeff G., Box 547B Rt. 2, Irvine, 40336, 723-3497 
Tate, Michael H., Box 47B, Rt. 2, Irvine, 40336, 723-3497, 625-4810 
Taylor, Carl D., 3010Belhaven Dr., Russell, 41169, 836-5101, 329- 

2288 
Taylor, Edward C, Box 695, Martin, 41649, 886-6830 
Taylor, Gary M., Box 13, Mt. Sterling, 40353, 498-4511, 498-5332 
Taylor, George H., Rt. 4, Box 306-1, Russellville, 42276, 726-6321, 

726-2441 
Taylor, Kamerson A. Jr., 53 Roselawn Dr., Independence, 41051, 

356-2395 
Taylor, Jerry D., Rt. 1 Box 872B, Pineville, 40977, 337-9505, 337- 

5204 
Taylor, Joseph Lynn, Rt. 2, Box 8, Barbourvilie, 40906, 546-8026, 

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Taylor, Tharon, 500 Colonial Dr , Franklin, 42134, 586-8446, 865- 

4300 
Tesar, Juliann R., Rt. 3, 209C, Vine Grove, 40175, 877-0816. 624- 

7030 
Themann, Genelie R., Rt. 4, Versailles, 40383, 873-5075 
TInomas. Jeffrey Brett, 460 Hilltop Ave.. Lexington, 40506. 258-8436 
Thomas, Michael A., Ill Patterson Ct.,Campbellsville, 42718, 465- 

7577, 465-2877 
Thomas, Paul R., 706 Gartrell Ct., Ashland, 41101. 324-9603, 739- 

4166 
Thomas, Ronnie, Rt. 2. Kennedy Lane. Lebanon. 40033, 692-6281, 

692-6086 
Thompson, Barry, Rt. 1. Box 919E. Pikeville. 41501. 631-1806 
Thornberry. Gary E.. Rt. 2, Box 368A. Lawrenceburg. 40342. 839- 

6434. 839-6100 
Thornsberry, John. Box 602, Elkhorn City, 41522, 754-7998 
Thoroughman, Michael, Box 83, Garrison, 41141, 796-3570, 757- 

2122 
Tipton. James W. 148 Elm St.. Versailles, 40383, 873-4279 
Tipton, Tom B., 148 Elm St., Versailles, 40383, 873-4279 
Tobin, Mark E., CPO 1839, Berea, 404 , 986-1380, 986-9341 
Toler, Paul J. Jr., 7510A Montpelier St., Ft. Knox. 40121, 624-1295 
Trimble, Stephen A., Powell Addition. VanLear. 41265. 789-4671 
Tucker. Jerome L., 1339 Texas Ave.. Louisville. 40217, 635-7965, 

896-1757 
Turley, Roy M.. Rt, 1. Box 159, Winchester, 40391, 745-2836 
Turner, Keenan V., Box 720. Somerset, 42501, 679-6361 
Tyre, Donald C , 518 Tatato Tr., Frankfort, 40601, 695-4139, 254- 

6612 X-270 
Turpen, David Todd, Rt. 2. Box 388. Somerset. 42501. 678-4749 
Uriage, Dick, 822 Highland Ave., Ft. Thomas, 41075, 441-5513, 771- 

8550 
Uriage, William J., 822 Highland Ave.. Ft. Thomas, 41075, 441-5513, 

371-6430 
VanHoose, Charles K , 2310 Sycamore St., Catlettsburg, 41129, 

739-4574, 739-4166 X-8857 
VanHoose, Jimmy D , 154 Euclid Ave.. Paintsville. 41240. 789-3692. 

789-4868 
VanHooser. Phillip. Rt. 3. Princeton. 42445, 365-3451, 365-6754 
Vincent, Gregory Herald, Rt, 4, Utica, 42376, 275-4357, 926-4550 
Vincent, Roy T,, Bee Spring, 42207, 286-8331 
Vinson, Ray T,, 610 Osage Ave,, Campbellsville, 42718, 789-1621, 

465-7163 
Virgin, Denver R,, 508 Prichard St,, Ashland, 41101, 324-8315, 836- 

9681 
Volz, Ted Z.. 250 Sun St.. Morehead. 40351, 784-8423 
Wade. Charles O,, 453A Eighth Ave . Ft, Knox. 40121, 624-7193, 

624-6525 
Wadlington, Carroll G., Box 737, Eddyville, 42038, 388-9842, 797- 

2981 
Wahl, David Anthony, 2220 Sandra Ct, Lexington. 40504, 278-4040 
Waldndge, Claude F , 620 George St , Lebanon, 40033, 692-4941 
Walker, Danny F,, Rt, 8, Box 84, Paducah, 42001, 554-2755, 442- 

2738 
Walker, Joe D , 508 East Cedar, Franklin, 42134, 586-8457, 586- 

7113 
Wallace, Kevin Mark, Rt, 7, Box 82, Bowling Green, 42101, 563-4756 
Wallace, Wayne, 120 Phillip St., Berea. 40403. 986-8592. 986-9379 
Wallen. Wendell L,. Box 264. Allen. 41601. 874-9985. 874-2512 
Wallin. Charles "Jug". 668 Northside Dr.. Lexington, 40505, 299- 

8639, 253-5832 
Warner, Robert II, PC Box 52, Owingsville, 40360. 674-6654 
Washer. Jamie D,. Box 441. Murray. 42071. 753-5330, 753-4377 
Watson, Harold T, Jr., Rt. 7, Box 306, Paducah, 42001, 442-0426 
Watts, Gary L,, 909 Norton, Louisville, 40213, 969-2171 
Webb, Bill, 2311 Oak St., Flatwoods, 41139. 836-7208. 329-3333 

X-8621 
Wells. William Dwayne. Rt. 4. Jacks Creek Rd,. Richmond. 40475. 

623-1526 
Westcott. J.H 139 N. Highway. Sharon. TN. 38255. 456-2269 
Westphal. Edwin Lee. 3122 Roselawn Blvd.. Louisville. 40220, 451- 

5489. 458-5595 
Whitaker. Ricky A., Box 15. Ulvah. 41856. 633-7659 
White. Ben B.. Box 401. Monticello. 42633. 348-8323 
White. David A., 1180 Pepper Dr.. Madisonville, 42431, 821-6484, 

821-0435 
White, John S., 2512 Monroe St,, Ashland, 41101, 325-7032. 329- 

7341 
White. Wayne J.. Box 303. Auburn. 42206, 542-6849. 843-4374 
Whitt. George Randall. 3238 Aqueduct. Lexington. 40502. 273-2035 
Wilhoit. Roger A.. Box 426, Lynch, 40855, 848-2979 
Williams, Donald L., Rt. 4, Shelbyville. 40065. 633-3846. 845-2888 
Williams, Gary L., 212 Hillview Dr.. Shelbyville. 40065. 633-6029, 

897-9481 



Williams, James A,, 112 Green St., Horse Cave, 42749, 786-2867, 

758-2214 X-35 
Williford, Lloyd Harold, Lot 87 Greenwood Est,, Bowling Green, 

42101, 781-9586, 781-2150 X-216 
Wills, H. Park Jr.. Rt, 4. Box 43. Shelbyville. 40065, 633-3301, 633- 

3466 
Wilson, Freddie W,, 114 Shelby, Barbourville, 40906 546-3177 
Wilson, Larry Earl, 103 McAlpin Ave., Erianger, 41018, 727-3156 
Wilson, Marvin E., Box 274, Booneville, 41314, 593-5251, 593-5185 
Wilson, Michael C, Box 745, Flatwoods, 41139. 836-5277 
Wilson. Philip Milo, 5003 Dreamers Way. Louisville. 40219. 964- 

6234 
Winfrey. William Shelby. 315 Sharon Dr.. Campbellsville. 42718, 

465-8392. 465-5502 
Wingfield. Felix G. Ill, 1132 Eastern Parkway. Louisville, 40217, 

636-2282, 772-2531 
Wingfield, Felix G, IV. 1132 Eastern Pkwy.. Louisville, 40217, 636- 

2282 
Winter, Andrew J,, 309 Clay Hall Transylvania Univ,, Lexington, 

40508, 233-8580, 233-8153 
Wood, Leon Gwin, Rt, 3, Box 343. Fulton. 42041, 472-1103, 472- 

1741 
Wood, Paul D . PCC. Box 1380. Paducah. 42001. 443-3252. 442- 

6131 X-45 
Woodard, William P, 3303 Greenwood Dr.. Hopkinsville. 42240, 

885-1909, 886-2433 
Woodside, Lori, Rt. 3. Frankfort. 40601, 695-4664 
Woodward, J.W, "Bill". 2508 Gallahadion Ct,. Owensboro. 42301. 

683-7705. 685-8150 
Woodward. Mark A,. 513 Eastwood Dr.. Owensboro. 42301. 683- 

0797 
Workman. Lowell B,. 308 Sunset. Williamstown. 41097. 823-7701 
Wnght. John David. 1758 Raleigh Rd,. Lexington. 40505. 293-1903. 

254-0505 
Yancey. Henry L .9048E, Estrada Ave,. Ft, Knox. 40121. 624-2411. 

624-6260 
Zepp. Paul J . 423 E Mam St., Danville, 40422, 236-8510, 238-3100 

X-52 
Zirnheld. Leonard, 9105 Blue Lick Road. Louisville. 40219. 969- 

5925 



1980 Boys's State 
Tournament Box Score Information 



Game 1 — Session 1 
Franklin-Simpson — Frank Cardwell 

Player mm fgfga ft ftareb a pf tp 

Baird 28 5 13 3 4 4 5 13 

Bell 31 17 15 4-33 

Hammer 26 4 11 8 1 1 8 

Joe Phillips 31 5 11 1 4 2 2 5 11 

Dan Phillips 31 47009208 

Hagan 3 13 113 2 2 

Smith 5 1 2 5 - 3 2 

Anderson 1 --- 

Hall 1 ..-..-- . 

Walker 1 -------- 

Johnson 1----1 --- 

Drake 1 - - 

Team 5 

Total 160 21 54 5 14 39 8 19 47 



Doss — Leon Mudd 



Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


fta reb 


a 


pf 


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Chambers 


32 


4 


14 


2 


2 


7 


- 


3 


10 


Duncan 


32 


4 


7 


2 


8 


11 


2 


2 


10 


Watkins 


32 


4 


9 


3 


5 


13 


1 


2 


11 


Akin 


19 


5 


9 


1 


2 


4 


3 


5 


11 


Fallon 


32 


3 


12 





1 


1 


4 


2 


6 


Katzman 


13 


2 


2 





2 


1 


1 


1 


4 


Holt 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Farmer 


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- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


French 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Hermes 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Hamilton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Redmon 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Team 












1 








Total 


160 


22 


53 


8 


20 


38 


11 


15 


52 



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Game 2 — 


Session 


1 1 












Bell County — 


Harold Combs 










Player min 


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ft 


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Stewart 31 


9 


17 


3 


4 


9 


3 


5 


21 


Mason 30 


5 


10 


9 


10 


5 


1 


4 


19 


Mills 31 


4 


7 





2 


4 


1 


4 


8 


Roberts 15 











3 


1 


1 


3 





Parker 32 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


1 


1 


8 


Dewayne Taylor 1 


























Smith 


























Clark Taylor 


























Robbins 16 


1 


1 





1 





2 


1 


2 


Good 4 


1 


1 














1 


2 


Kevs 


























Cornaius 


























Team 










1 








Total 160 


22 


39 


16 


26 


26 


9 


19 


60 


Game 3 — 


Session 


1 2 












Franklin County — 


David Lee 










Player min 


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ft 


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a 


pf 


tp 


Frye 17 


7 


13 


5 


6 


4 





3 


19 


Harnice 23 


6 


16 


8 


8 


6 








20 


Layne 18 


3 


5 





1 


8 





5 


6 


Robinson 19 


1 


3 





2 


3 





3 


2 


Wilhoite 19 


4 


10 








1 


3 


3 


8 


Brownlee 12 





1 


2 


2 


3 





3 


2 


Meyers 12 


1 


5 








1 





2 


2 


James 12 


2 


2 





1 


7 





2 


4 


Harberson 8 


1 


2 


3 


5 


4 








5 


Page 5 


1 


1 








1 





2 


2 


Simpson 4 


1 


1 


5 


6 











7 


Schrader 11 














1 


1 


2 





Team 










7 








Total 160 


27 


59 


23 


31 


46 


4 


25 


77 


Game 4 — 


Session 


1 2 












Lincoln County 


— Rog£ 


'.! Meek 










Player mm 


fgfga 


ft 


fta reb 


a 


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tp 


Owsley 31 


9 


14 


5 


6 








4 


23 


Wilkerson 31 


3 


11 


7 


13 


6 


2 


4 


13 


Gooch 24 


4 


8 





1 


5 





5 


8 


McGill 31 


1 


5 


1 


3 


5 


1 


2 


3 


Edgington 31 


8 


16 


6 


7 


6 





4 


22 


Cave 1 


























Newcomb 8 





1 





1 


1 





3 





Robbins 1 





1 




















Alcorn 1 


























Young 


























McGuffey 


























Givens 1 











1 














Team 










4 








Total 160 


25 


56 


19 


32 


27 


3 


22 


69 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1980 



Player 



Taylor County — Fred Waddle 

min fgfga ft fta reb a pf tp 



Game 5 — Session 3 
Moore — Tommy Finnegan 



Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft 


fta reb 


a 


pf tp 


Guess, C. 


25 


2 


5 





1 


3 





3 4 


Rucker. M. 


22 








1 


3 


9 


4 


4 1 


Forrest. M. 


31 


11 


17 


5 


5 


17 


1 


3 27 


Wilson, R. 


30 


14 


26 


2 


2 


2 


4 


30 


Dockery, N- 


24 


5 


10 


1 


3 


6 


3 


1 11 


Hobbs, J, 


13 





1 











2 


1 


Thompson, 


S, 7 


1 


2 


1 


1 








2 3 


Phelps, D. 


3 














1 





1 


Rein, D, 


1 


1 


1 














2 


Smith, E. 


2 











1 











Duvall, S. 


1 























Pitts, A, 


1 























Team 












4 






Total 


160 


34 


62 


10 


16 


42 


14 


15 78 




Game 6 — 


Sessior 


1 3 












Bourbon County — 


■ Russ Day 








Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


fta reb 


a 


pf tp 


Royce 


25 


5 


7 


3 


4 


4 





5 13 


Walls 


28 


5 


12 





1 


5 


1 


4 10 


Wilson 


31 


10 


11 


4 


5 


9 





1 24 


Crowe 


29 


5 


14 


3 


4 


4 


3 


4 13 


Johnson 


26 





4 


2 


2 


1 





2 


Taulbee 


7 





1 














2 


Massey 


5 





1 


1 


2 








1 1 


-Clark 


5 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 





2 4 


Hutchinson 


1 























Kearns 


1 























Mastin 


1 























Robinson 


1 























Team 












5 






Total 


160 


26 


51 


15 


20 


29 


4 


19 67 



Brockman 


32 


9 


20 








7 





1 18 


Hatcher 


31 


6 


13 


9 


14 


11 





5 21 


Keith Cox 


30 


1 


5 








6 


2 


5 2 


Turner 


20 


1 


4 








2 


1 


3 2 


Purham 


24 


5 


11 


1 


3 


6 





3 11 


Williams 


12 





1 


3 


4 


2 





1 3 


Richardson 


























Kerry Cox 


11 





1 








2 





4 


Holmes 


























Lawson 


























Greg Cox 


























Seaborn 


























Team 












1 






Total 


160 


22 


65 


13 


20 


37 


3 


22 57 


Knott Co 


unty Cen 


itral 


— 


Phil Pratt 






Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


fta reb 


a 


pf tp 


Bradley 


29 


3 


11 


2 


3 


11 





3 8 


Collins 


21 


2 


4 








4 


1 


3 4 


Robinson 


23 





5 


4 


5 


8 


3 


5 4 


King 


30 


6 


9 


12 


14 


1 





2 24 


Dobson 


22 


1 


2 


2 


4 


2 


1 


3 4 


Stamper 


12 





1 





1 











Adams 


11 





1 


1 


3 








2 1 


Combs 


4 





1 

















Moore 


2 


1 


3 














1 2 


Collins 


2 


1 


3 





1 


3 





1 2 


Kennedy 


2 




















1 


Conley 


2 





1 








1 





1 


Team 












4 






Total 


160 


14 


41 


21 


31 


34 


5 


22 49 


Union 


County - 


- Tris Kington 








Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


fta reb 


a 


pf tp 


Wilson 


31 


12 


18 


2 


3 


13 


1 


2 26 


Smith 


22 


5 


15 


4 


4 


9 


2 


4 14 


Caudill 


31 


8 


15 


3 


6 


12 


1 


1 19 


Johnson 


31 


9 


17 





3 


14 


3 


2 18 


Frazier, T. 


11 


1 


1 





1 


2 


1 


4 2 


Weathers 


1 























Frazier, J. 


20 





3 








3 


1 


4 


Brown 


1 


1 


1 














1 2 


Wade 


9 





3 


2 


5 


3 





3 1 


Tucker 


1 








2 


2 








1 2 


Johnson 


1 























Hina 


1 














1 


1 





Team 












3 






Total 


160 


36 


73 


13 


24 


60 


10 


22 85 


Oldham County - 


- Dave Hart, Ji 


r, 






Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


fta reb 


a 


pf tp 


Pedem, D. 


31 


4 


14 


2 


3 


16 





2 10 


Burns, T, 


31 


4 


10 


2 


4 


7 


2 


1 10 


Harrod, T, 


31 


4 


9 


4 


4 








4 12 


Crabtree 


12 




















1 


Robertson, C. 


31 


6 


19 


6 


11 


6 


3 


4 18 


Griffin, J, 


14 




















2 


George, S. 


1 




















1 


Greenwood 


1 




















1 


Whitehead, J. 


1 


1 


4 














2 


Simpson, B, 


1 














1 








Greenwood, T, 


5 


2 


3 





1 


1 





1 4 


Robertson, S. 


1 























Team 












3 






Total 


160 


21 


59 


14 


23 


34 


5 


17 56 


Owensboro — Bobby Watson 








Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


fta reb 


a 


pf tp 


Higgs 


30 


12 


20 


7 


9 


12 


2 


4 31 


Drake 


28 


5 


16 


2 


2 


10 


2 


2 12 


Griffith 


30 


9 


12 


1 


2 


4 


3 


3 19 


Thompson 


21 


2 


4 


1 


2 


1 


3 


3 5 


James 


28 


4 


5 


1 


4 


5 


2 


1 9 


Riley 


10 


3 


3 


2 


3 








3 8 


Acquisto 


2 





2 





2 


3 








Hunter 


4 








1 


2 


1 





1 


McCormick 


3 








2 


2 








2 


Pewitt 


1 




















1 


Harper 


2 





1 

















Wilson 


1 























Team 












4 






Total 


160 


35 


63 


17 


28 


40 


12 


17 87 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1980 



Page Eleven 



Game 7 — Session 4 
Betsy Layne — William Newsome. Jr. 



Ashland Blazer — Ernie Simpson 



Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


Layne 


32 


7 


11 


2 


4 


6 


2 


4 16 


Kidd 


30 


3 


9 


2 


2 


1 


3 


8 


Ronnie Akers 


32 


8 


17 


2 


3 


7 


1 


3 18 


Newsome 


32 


7 


14 








3 


1 


3 14 


Meade 


28 


1 


2 


2 


2 








5 4 


Likens 


6 








C 


1 


1 





1 


Reynolds 


























Hall 


























Keith Akers 


























Roberts 


























Jarrell 


























Bush 


























Team 












3 






Total 


160 


26 


53 


8 


12 


21 


7 


16 60 



Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


McCauley 


23 


5 


7 


1 


2 


2 


1 


4 11 


Smith 


25 


4 


7 


2 


2 


3 


1 


3 10 


Tipton 


30 


10 


12 


4 


4 


6 


2 


4 24 


Anderson 


32 


1 


2 


4 


6 


4 


6 


4 6 


Crank 


18 


2 


2 








3 


1 


4 


Anders 


7 


■6 











1 








Haller 


9 


2 


2 


1 


3 


1 





5 


Daniel 


























Penny 


2 























lylcWhorter 


14 





1 


4 


6 


3 





1 4 


Farrow 


























Webb 


























Team 












2 






Total 


160 


24 


33 


16 


23 


25 


11 


16 64 



Game 8 — Session 4 
Paducah Tilghman — Berny Miller 



Covington Holmes — Reynolds Flynn 



Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


Beard 


31 


7 


21 


1 


3 


10 





2 15 


York 


30 


10 


13 


3 


5 


9 


4 


4 23 


Lambert 


28 


8 


10 


4 


5 


3 


1 


3 20 


Overstreet 


29 


3 


10 


5 


6 


1 


4 


4 11 


Davis 


17 


2 


6 











2 


2 4 


Barnett 


16 


1 


3 





1 


3 





5 2 


Cooper 


1 





1 














3 


Norris 


4 


1 


2 








1 


1 


2 


Cox 


1 














1 








Miller 


1 























Arterbern 


1 





1 














1 


Van Cleve 


1 























Team 












5 






Total 


160 


32 


67 


18 


20 


33 


12 


24 77 




Game 9 — 


Session 5 












Doss — Leon Mudd 










Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


Chambers 


29 


7 


13 








6 





2 14 


Duncan 


28 


9 


11 





1 


13 


1 


2 18 


Watkins 


25 


1 


6 


3 


6 


12 





4 5 


Akin 


23 


4 


10 





1 


5 


4 


2 8 


Fallon 


29 


4 


6 











5 


3 8 


Katzman 


6 


1 


2 


2 


6 


3 


2 


1 4 


Holt 


4 











1 


1 





2 


Farmer 


3 








2 


2 





1 


2 


French 


4 


2 


3 





2 


2 





1 4 


Hermes 


3 








1 


2 








1 


Hamilton 


3 





1 








1 








Redmon 


3 


1 


1 


1 


3 


1 





1 3 


Team 












1 






Total 


160 


29 


53 


9 


24 


45 


13 


18 67 




Game 10 — 


Session 5 












Franklin County — 


David Lee 








Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


Frye 


31 


3 


11 





2 


1 





5 6 


Harnice 


27 


4 


8 








6 





4 8 


Layne 


35 


10 


12 


4 


5 


4 





3 24 


Robinson 


30 


2 


6 








4 


1 


4 4 


Wilhoite 


30 


1 


3 


4 


6 


2 


8 


4 6 


Brown lee 


10 








2 


2 


3 





3 2 


Meyers 


5 




















2 


James 








1 


1 


3 


1 





2 1 


Harberson 


2 























Page 


























Simpson 


























Schrader 


5 














1 








Team 












3 






Total 


175 


20 


41 


11 


18 


25 


9 


27 51 




Game 11 — 


Session b 












Moore — Tommy 


Finr 


egan 








Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


Guess 


21 


1 


3 


1 


2 


5 





4 3 


Rucker 


20 





1 








7 


2 


1 


Forrest 


32 


8 


12 


14 


17 


13 


1 


4 30 


Wilson 


32 


7 


21 


4 


4 


4 


5 


3 18 


Dockery 


30 


8 


15 








1 


1 


4 16 


Hubbs 


16 




















4 


Thompson 


19 





3 


2 


2 


1 





4 2 


Phelps 


























Rein 


























Smith 


























Dovall 


























Lyons 


























Team 

















5 








Total 


160 


24 


55 


21 


25 


36 


9 


24 69 



Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


Simpson 


29 


5 


12 


2 


5 


9 





5 12 


Sebastian 


16 


2 


5 


4 


5 


2 


2 


1 8 


Walton 


31 


6 


9 


4 


7 


16 


2 


1 16 


Elmer 


29 


10 


15 





1 


7 


6 


2 20 


Beal 


31 


8 


15 


4 


9 


6 


13 


4 20 


Mardis 


3 


1 


1 














1 2 


Whitley 


17 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 





4 11 


Scavey 


1 























Works 


























Sharp 


1 























Simpson 


1 








1 


2 








1 


Sams 


1 























Team 












2 






Total 


160 


37 


62 


16 


30 


43 


23 


18 90 



Betl County — Harold Combs 



Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft 


fta reb 


a 


pf tp 


Stewart 


28 


5 


14 


5 


8 


4 





1 15 


Mason 


20 





4 


4 


8 


4 


2 


3 4 


Mills 


20 


2 


3 








3 


1 


4 4 


Roberts 


19 





1 








2 





2 


Parker 


30 


3 


13 


3 


4 


4 


1 


5 9 


Taylor, D. 


3 





1 

















Smith 


5 











1 


1 





1 


Taylor, C. 


4 


1 


3 








1 





2 2 


Robbms 


10 





2 








2 





1 


Good 


12 





1 


2 


2 


1 





2 


Gambrel 


4 





1 


2 


2 








1 2 


Hoskins 


5 


2 


3 








1 





2 4 


Team 












5 






Total 


160 


13 


46 


16 


25 


28 


4 


22 42 




Union County - 


- Tris K 


ington 








Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


Wilson 


23 


3 


3 








3 





1 6 


Smith 


35 


6 


17 


2 


3 


6 


2 


2 12 


Caudill 


35 


1 


5 


4 


9 


4 





3 6 


Johnson 


25 


5 


9 


1 


6 


8 


3 


5 11 


Frazier 


11 














2 


1 





Weathers 


























Frazier, J. 


7 


1 


3 


2 


2 


1 





3 4 


Brown 


2 























Wade 


13 


1 


1 














2 2 


Tucker 


























Johnson 


24 


3 


9 


3 


7 


9 





4 9 


Hina 


























Team 












1 






Total 


175 


20 


47 


12 


27 


34 


6 


20 52 



Owensboro — Bobby Watson 



Higgs 


32 


11 


19 


9 


12 


11 


1 


3 31 


Drake 


30 


6 


13 


12 


12 


8 


5 


4 24 


Griffith 


32 


5 


12 








2 


4 


2 10 


Thompson 


17 


1 


3 


3 


4 


2 


3 


4 5 


James 


31 


2 


3 


3 


5 


2 


2 


4 7 


Riley 


18 


2 


2 





2 


1 


1 


2 4 


Acquisto 


























Hunter 


























McCormich 


























Prewitt 


























Harper 


























Wilson 


























Team 












4 






Total 


160 


27 


52 


27 


35 


30 


16 


19 81 



Page Twelve 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1980 





Game 12 — 


Session 6 












Ashland Blazer - 


• Ernie 


Sim 


pso 


n 








Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf 


tp 


McCauley 


32 


12 


23 


2 


4 


5 


1 


4 


26 


Smith 


14 


3 


6 


2 


2 


5 


1 


3 


8 


Tipton 


34 


15 


23 


11 


13 


19 





5 


41 


Anderson 


28 


2 


3 


3 


3 





4 


5 


7 


Crank 


27 


1 


3 





1 


3 


3 


3 


2 


Anders 


19 


3 


4 








6 





4 


6 


Haller 


10 





2 








3 


2 








Daniel 


1 


























Penny 


3 


























McWhorter 


20 





1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


5 


2 


Farrow 


1 




















1 





Webb 


1 


























Team 












2 








Total 


190 


36 


65 


20 


25 


45 


12 


30 


92 



Covington 


Holmes • 


— Reynolds Flynn 






Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


Simpson 


21 


4 


8 


2 


5 





5 8 


Sebastian 


33 


7 


10 


7 8 


4 





2 21 


Walton 


32 


8 


16 


4 6 


5 


1 


4 20 


Elmer 


38 


3 


11 


3 4 


3 


1 


3 9 


Beal 


35 


11 


23 


9 17 


3 


8 


5 31 


Mardis 


6 








1 2 


1 





1 


Whatley 


25 








7 12 


7 


1 


2 7 


Slavey 























Works 























Sharp 























Simpson 























Sams 























Team 










5 






Total 


190 


33 


68 


31 51 


33 


11 


21 97 





Game 13 — 


Session 7 












Doss 


— Leon Mudd 










Player 




min 


fgfga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


Chambers 




32 


3 


6 


7 


9 


9 


2 


4 13 


Duncan 




32 


5 


9 


3 


12 


6 





13 


Watkins 




29 


5 


10 


1 


3 


9 





3 11 


Akin 




23 





4 





3 


2 


5 


3 


Fallon 




31 


2 


4 


1 


2 


2 


2 


3 5 


Katzman 




10 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 3 


Holt 




3 























Farmer 




























French 




























Hermes 




























Hamilton 




























Redmon 




























Team 














3 






Total 




160 


16 


35 


13 


31 


32 


10 


14 45 



Union County - Tris Kington 



Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


Wilson 


32 


3 


9 


2 


2 


7 





4 8 


Smith 


32 


6 


21 








7 





4 12 


Caudill 


32 


3 


5 


1 


4 


11 





4 7 


Johnson 


25 


5 


9 


1 


3 


8 


2 


3 11 


Frazier 


10 


1 


3 








1 





3 2 


Weathers 


























Frazier 


12 


1 


3 


2 


2 








3 4 


Brown 


2 























Wade 


8 





1 








1 





1 


Tucker 


























Johnson 


7 





1 








1 





2 


Hina 


























Team 












5 






Total 


160 


19 


52 


6 


11 


41 


2 


24 44 





Game 14 — 


Session 7 












Owensboro — Bobby Watson 








Player 


min 


fg fga ft 


fta reb 


a 


pf tp 


Higgs 


29 


12 


14 5 


9 


18 


2 


2 29 


Drake 


29 


9 


18 5 


7 


8 


2 


1 24 


Griffith 


19 


7 


9 3 


5 


7 


2 


4 17 


Thompson 


29 


4 


8 





3 


5 


1 8 


James 


30 


3 


7 





1 


4 


3 6 


Riley 


14 


1 


1 3 


6 


5 


1 


3 5 


Acquisto 


2 





1 





1 


1 


1 


Hunter 


2 


1 


2 





1 





2 


McCormick 


2 




















Pewitt 


1 




















Harper 


2 











1 





1 


Wilson 


1 




















Team 










1 






Total 


160 


37 


60 17 


27 


46 


17 


16 91 



Covington Holmes — Reynolds Flynn 



Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


Simpson 


30 


3 


11 


3 


6 


8 





2 9 


Sebastian 


21 


2 


6 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 5 


Walton 


30 


8 


12 


1 


3 


9 





3 17 


Elmer 


19 


3 


11 


1 


2 





1 


4 7 


Beal 


30 


7 


20 


2 


2 


4 


6 


1 16 


Mardis 


5 


1 


1 








1 





3 2 


Whatley 


16 


1 


4 


2 


2 


2 


2 


4 


Slavey 


2 














1 





1 


Works 


























Sharp 


2 





1 





1 


1 








Simpson 


3 


1 


4 


2 


2 


1 





4 


Sams 


2 





1 














1 


Team 












4 






Total 


160 


26 


71 


12 


20 


33 


10 


16 64 





Game 15 — 


Session 8 












Doss — Leon 1 


Vludd 










Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf tp 


Chambers 


32 


3 


9 








7 


1 


3 6 


Duncan 


31 


7 


15 





1 


5 


2 


2 14 


Watkins 


32 


5 


8 


4 


9 


13 





3 14 


Akin 


31 


3 


7 





1 





5 


2 6 


Fallon 


13 


2 


4 








1 





1 4 


Katzman 


21 


6 


9 








3 





12 


Holt 


























Farmer 


























French 


























Hermes 


























Hamilton 


























Redmon 


























Team 



















Total 


160 


26 


50 


4 


11 


29 


8 


11 56 





Owensboro — Bobby Watson 










Player 


min 


fgfga 


ft 


ftareb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Higgs 


32 


10 


16 


7 


7 


7 


1 


2 


27 


Drake 


32 


2 


12 








2 


4 


2 


4 


Griffith 


32 


7 


8 








4 


3 


2 


14 


Thompson 


20 


2 


6 








4 


2 


1 


4 


James 


23 


1 


2 








3 


2 


1 


2 


Riley 


21 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


6 


Acquisto 





























Hunter 





























McCormick 





























Pewitt 





























Harper 





























Wilson 





























Team 





















Total 


160 


24 


46 


9 


9 


22 


14 


10 


57 



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